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Jul 13

[ARCHIVED] Pasta 101 with Jolynn Deloach of "In My Grandmother's Kitchen"

The original item was published from July 13, 2016 11:29 AM to October 4, 2016 10:20 AM

Pasta 101 with Jolynn Deloach of "In My Grandmother's Kitchen"
Jolynn teaches the ancient art of handmade pasta, a skill she learned in her grandmother's kitchen where this beautiful food was a cornerstone of her cooking. Since that time, Jolynn has passed this art on to her children and grandchildren. Now, she brings her knowledge and skills to the Farmhouse Kitchen to share with you.

Sfolglia ("sfo-lee-ah," meaning "sheet"), native to Emilia Romagna, refers to the hand rolled fresh egg pasta sheet. Prepared on a warm and porous wood board, the dough comes together and is worked extensively against the wood surface where it develops its unique flavor and textural characteristics. It is then rolled using a wooden rolling pin, and cut or shaped by hand. Go beyond the recipe and learn this traditional skill at the elbow of a master. Students will make their own dough from scratch, learn the "feel" of when it is fully kneaded, and know the touch required to roll it, stretch it, and shape it. After each class sample your labors, and enjoy a beautiful pasta dinner, then bring home a batch of "homemades" to share.

Date: Tuesday, July 19
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Farmhouse Kitchen
Address: Community Agricultural Center, 500 Centerton Road, Moorestown
Cost: $55
Registration Link: http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/1509/Pasta-101