Pasta by Hand: A Lesson in Slow Food, June 3

If you’re in the area, I’ll be teaching a pasta-making class for our colleagues over at Slow Food Seacoast on Sunday, June 3rd, at Stoodley’s Tavern, located at Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH. To join us for this hands-on workshop, Pasta by Hand: A Lesson in Slow Food, visit for details and registration. If you can’t make it to the workshop, come for the Sunday Potluck Dinner following the workshop!

Pasta by Hand: A Lesson in Slow Food
Slow Food Seacoast
Stoodley’s Tavern, Strawbery Banke Museum, 17 Hancock St, Portsmouth, NH
Sunday, June 3, 2012
2 – 5 p.m.
Cost: $20 per person

Join us in this hands-on workshop hosted by Slow Food Seacoast, and learn how to transform flour and water into fresh pasta. Drawing from her travels in Southern Italy, Debra Kam, will lead you through the steps of mixing and forming pasta by hand, using simple kitchen tools. The pasta shapes we’ll explore include cavatelli, orecchiette, and cappelletti messicani.

Local food advocate Debra Kam is a writer, photographer and cook. She writes about eating locally for her blog, Diary of a Tomato, and is a founding board member of Seacoast Eat Local. While traveling in Italy, she enjoys having pasta every day.

Space is limited for this class, preregistration and pre-payment required. Please send an email to and we will send you payment instructions.

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