Three-Star Dinnerware

    Massimiliano Alajmo, the youngest Italian chef to attain Michelin three-star status at age 32, has moved from the kitchen to the dining room with his latest project, tailor-made tableware. The 15- piece collection called In.Gredienti is made by the German china company Rosenthal, and each piece is named for the dish best served in it. Riso, with a deep small bowl and large spill-proof sides, is designed for risotto, while Pasta has an indentation along one side of the inner bowl for twisting noodles onto a fork. Alajmo drew inspiration from his own dishes at his family restaurant Le Calandre in Padua, Italy, where he received his legendary three stars, to design the shape and thickness for each piece. The collection is now available at Le Calandre and through Rosenthal distributors. (www.rosenthalusa.com)

    ?Alexandra Foster

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