TFFF — Handmade Pasta Workshop + Supper Club with Nicole Di Nardo
October 4, 2019 @ 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Join Nicole Di Nardo at the Toronto Food Film Fest for a fun, hands-on stuffed pasta making class; followed by a supper club! You will start by learning how to make a simple and versatile pasta dough sheets from scratch. Then, working the dough into the classic tortellini shape you’ll stuff the pasta with — pork, chicken and ricotta — learning a variety of techniques for making beautiful stuffed pasta.
Next, going back to Nicole’s Sicilian roots you’ll learn how to make busiate pasta. This type of pasta is originally from the Trapani province. They take their name from busa, the Sicilian word for “stem of ampelodemos”, a local grass, which is used in preparing them and giving them their helical shape.
After you’ve honed your new skills, we’ll take a break. Nicole will prepare a delicious dinner featuring the hand-crafted pasta. It will be cooked and served in selected sauces for you to enjoy in a dinner featuring the pasta that you’ve learned to make that day!
Hand-made tortellini stuffed with pork, chicken and ricotta in a rich chicken brodo.
Sicilian busiate pasta in a Trapanese pesto with almonds and tomato, finished with toasted breadcrumbs and pecorino cheese.
Steamed broccolini with local garlic, olive oil and chillies.
Local goat yogurt panna cotta with apricots, nutmeg and walnut honey.
4:30pm– 7:00pm + 8:00pm–10pm – $90 + HST
Gratuities not included.
With over 15 years in the food industry, Nicole Di Nardo
is a holistic nutritionist, iridologist, teacher and therapeutic chef. Her dishes are always wholesome, nutrient-dense and seasonally relevant. Drawing inspiration from her Sicilian-Canadian roots, Nicole strives to bring harmonious flavour, vibrant colour and culinary finesse to each and every bite. She hosts cooking classes, conducts corporate wellness seminars and teaches at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition | Nicole Di Nardo Nutrition
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