Ancient Grain Pasta

Cost

$180.00

Hourly Schedule

11am - 2pm
28th February
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With Angela Palermo (from the Village Cooks)

Long before ‘00’ flour the differences between pastas was not just in their shapes but in the flavour and texture of the grains that were used. Angela Palermo knows her pasta history and has a lot of love for the heirloom grains that made a humble bowl of pasta such a nourishing meal. Today these grains are having a revival because they are nutritiously dense, easier to digest and have rich complex flavours you can’t get from plain flour. In this workshop Angela will introduce two of her favourite grains: spelt and kamut, discuss their individual flavour and nutritional profiles and teach you how to use them in your everyday pasta making. Learn to make a pumpkin filled kamut ravioli that you will cook and eat in class. Make hand rolled pici using spelt flour to take home. This class is a great chance to expand your knowledge of grains and flours for more wholesome home cooking.

In this class you will:

  • Make to eat in class kamut flour ravioli with a roast pumpkin filling
  • Make to take home hand rolled pici made with spelt flour
  • Learn how to use a pasta machine and methods for hand rolling and cutting
  • Learn about a variety of ancient grains and how to use them as replacements for refined flours in your cooking

3 hours 


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Teacher

Angela Palermo (The Village Cooks)

Location

The Picklery
441 Illawarra Road, Marrickville

WORKSHOP FAQS

Where are the workshops held
All our workshops are held at Cornersmith Picklery, 441 Illawarra Road, Marrickville corner of Warren Road.

You can call us on (02) 8964 7463.

Parking and public transportation
We don’t have allocated parking, but we are located in a residential area. There are no parking meters or parking restrictions on Warren Road or Renwick Street.
We are walking distance from Marrickville train station, and the 423 bus stop is a few meters from our door.

What to wear
The only requirement is to wear closed toe flat shoes. We will provide aprons.

What to expect in a Cornersmith workshop
All our workshops are relaxed with a focus on home cooking skills. We keep our numbers small (12-16 people) to maximize your experience, and engagement with the topic and the teacher. You will leave with the knowledge and confidence to continue your cooking adventures at home. 

In our hands-on workshops, you will make a number of recipes, with some to enjoy in class and the rest to take home, along with all of the recipes. We recommend bringing a few spare jars or containers to these workshops (in case any extra is made) and a carry bag to take your bounty home in. 

In our demonstration classes, you will be shown the recipe/s step by step, with plenty of tasters along the way. There is no need for spare jars or containers in these classes. If you are unsure of what type your class is, please check the description of your workshop on our website or call 02 8964 7463

Dietary requirements for refreshment
You will be provided with refreshments and a light snack during the workshop. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when making your booking, and we will do our best to accommodate (some workshops cannot be altered, please check specific workshop description). Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate dietary requirements with less than 48 hours’ notice.

Cancellation policy
We have a strict 14-day cancellation/transfer policy. Workshop bookings are non-refundable, but you are welcome to send someone in your place. Please ensure that you have read our cancelation policy. Click here to read more.
For last minute booking cancellations (less than 24 hours) please call 02 8964 7463 to notify staff you will not be attending.

Group bookings
We take private group bookings for 8 or more people. Please get in contact via [email protected] for more information on our private workshop packages.

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