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The pasta-making machines from Brooklyn’s Sfoglini Pasta Shop

The colorful and intricately shaped fresh pastas from Brooklyn’s Sfoglini Pasta Shop are like miniature works of art, and the machines responsible for them are mesmerizing to watch. At the company’s production facility at 630 Flushing, batches of cavatelli, reginetti, radiators, and more rain down onto sheet pans and squeeze out of molds in brilliant, carbohydrate-filled excess.

Eater documented their pasta-making process in the video above. Sfoglini’s instagram is also pretty great because they share completely mesmerizing clips of fresh pasta being born:

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Next, watch How to Make 29 Handmade Pasta Shapes With 4 Types of Dough, how to make Chinese traditional Nanshan noodles, and Cut, fold, and flip – How farfalle pasta is made by machine.

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