Small Handmade Murano Goto Cup
Go.to is a term in the Venetian dialect that refers to the glass that master glassmakers would use to hydrate (with water but wine, too) while they were working in front of 1000C/1830F furnaces. The Food of the Italian Islands-inspired Goto is handmade in Murano, Venice using traditional techniques and colors inspired by the cookbook.
We love the way the Goto brings a classic piece and lots of colour to the table. And the dimples pressed into the cup while the glass is still hot give the cup a wavy shape that feels great to hold. The Food of the Italian Islands Goto is also available in small and large sizes.
Height: 3.25 inches
Diameter: 2 inches
Weight varies from 3.2-3.5 ounces without packaging
Katie Parla is a New York Times bestselling author, Emmy-nominated television host, journalist, culinary guide, and educator based in Rome. She has written, edited, or contributed to more than 35 books including the cookbooks Food of the Italian South, The Joy of Pizza, American Sfoglino, Flour Lab, and Tasting Rome. She co-hosts Gola, a podcast about Italian food and drink culture. In addition to appearing as an expert on television programs such as “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” and Netflix’s “Chef’s Table,” Parla hosts culinary shows on Recipe.TV including “Katie Parla’s Rome,” “Katie Parla’s Roman Kitchen,” and “Gola on the Road.”