We will begin the workshop by making 6 different colors of dough, and this will become our palette to create a rainbow of pastabilities. Each dough color is made from vegetables, herbs, and superfoods.
While our dough is resting, we will enjoy a delicious fresh pasta meal, along with wine to fortify us for the adventures ahead.
After dining, we will jump into our first shape- two-tone farfalle, or bow ties, as they are sometimes called.
Once we’ve mastered farfalle, we will learn to make a special Piedmontese filled pasta called agnolotti. The agnolotti will feature a striped pattern.
You are welcome to take photographs of your pasta creations. We will even have a great natural light zone set up for maximum photo beautification.
Throughout the workshop, Linda will demonstrate techniques for making various patterns and shapes of pasta, and participants will have the freedom to delve deep into the two shapes and patterns detailed above, or make a fewer number of a wider variety of shapes and patterns. Participants will take home all of the pasta they create.
Linda is one of the world's great people. -Andrew Zimmern
Linda is as fun as her pasta! Her genuine spirit makes for an unforgettable lesson leaving both your tummy and heart full. You’ll laugh, learn, and love her home studio. My daughter and I felt like fast friends as the hours slipped by making colorful creations. Put on a pot of boiling water with Salty Seattle and experience pure pasta joy! -Laura Lee
As someone who attended a recent one, all I can tell people is GO TO THIS WORKSHOP! It is so amazing and I learned so much. -Julie Turner
We wanted to take a moment to let you know how much we enjoyed the Pasta Art Class with you. You are talented and accomplished at your craft and you are also an excellent instructor. It was a really fun evening with a great group of people. -
Susy and Doug Ratto
Linda is a gorgeous culinary living treasure. -Bill Milliken