No need for machines, or even a rolling pin, for this class. Learn how to make traditional Italian short pasta shapes the traditional way… by hand! Christopher and Sarah Terpstra of Alimentari will teach you how to make a versatile dough for making cavatelli and orecchiette shapes. Use traditional brass and wooden tools from the ever-growing Alimentari collection. Recipes for the dough and paired sauces provided. Tastings and take-homes included, as well!
Christopher Terpstra of Alimentari, a budding Toronto-based fresh pasta company, learned the craft of making pasta while living and working in Italy. He uses traditional Italian tools and techniques for making pasta but looks locally for his ingredients. Christopher and his wife, Sarah, strive to make the most delicious fresh pastas, with the highest quality Ontario flours and eggs, in a variety of unique shapes. Pasta by Alimentari is coming soon to stores throughout Toronto!
Every Monday, The Depanneur invites TO’s best culinary talents to lead fun, hands-on workshops.