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Pasta Dough. Credit: "missy-and-the-universe", Flickr userPasta 100+1

March 30th, 2:00-4:00pm
Dickinson College Farm
553 Park Dr., Boiling Springs, PA

Sold Out StampThis workshop is an overview on fresh pasta making. From different flours to different shapes, we will explore a wide range of possibilities and combinations easily doable at home. We will address ingredients and dough-kneading techniques. We will see the difference between tagliatelle, pappardelle, ravioli, tortelli, and many more. Don’t have a pasta attachment for your mixer? Grandma didn’t, either! All you need is some arm strength and a good rolling pin. Learn how to make, shape, cut, close, fold, and dress pasta in your kitchen with your own hands.

About the Workshop Leader

Luca Trazzi, Visiting International Scholar in Italian at Dickinson College, earned his BA and MA from Bologna University, Italy. He specialized in English and French linguistics and Italian language pedagogy. While pursuing his degrees, he lived and studied in Italy, United States, and France. At Dickinson he teaches elementary Italian courses, works at the Multilingual Writing Center, and participates in the organization of Italian events on campus sharing with the community his passion for Italian language, culture, and food.

Interested in learning about other workshops offered through our partnership with the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture’s Good Food Neighborhood project? Check out our Sustainability School page! Each two-hour workshop offers homesteaders of all skill levels tips and strategies to maximize production and enjoyment from home and community food production.

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The Dickinson College Farm is a 50-acre living laboratory that is USDA Certified Organic and Food Alliance Certified. Located just six miles from campus, the farm has more than 15 acres of vegetable production ground and 18 acres of animal pasture. The farm supports the academic interests of students and faculty, promotes renewable energy through solar applications and builds a greater awareness about how food is generated using techniques that help sustain natural ecosystems.

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