Tutte le forme della pasta...
All the shapes of pasta… Which regions do they come from and how are they made?
In this 2.5 hour Italian WALKshop, we will ‘walk’ from Italy’s north to south through its regional pasta specialities. With Monica from Su Misura Italy as our guide, we will explore the different types of pasta from around Italy. Before our eyes, professional pasta maker Annapaola D’Alessio will demonstrate how a number of typical pasta shapes are made by hand while we use our Italian to describe the shapes, the ingredients, the method and the stories behind the pasta.
This workshop is intended to be a fun and active language learning experience in a social context, where the pasta and how it is made serve as prompts to talk about and describe different things in Italian that you might not usually cover in your regular learning space. You will be provided with some printed materials on useful vocabulary and phrases for the session and the hosts will be there to support you along the way.
This small group session is best suited to those with intermediate to advanced-level Italian. (However, if you are interested in Italian cuisine, we would encourage you to come along even if you would consider yourself still beginner/early-intermediate in Italian!)
When: Sunday 1st December, 10.30am-1.00pm
Where: Annapaola’s beautiful home kitchen in Carnegie – address will be shared with you after booking.
2.5 hour experience to practise your Italian with two native speakers and a small group of other Italian learners
Learn about some of the different types of pasta from around Italy
Special pasta-making demonstration by Annapaola D’Alessio, professional pasta maker
Printed language materials on relevant vocabulary for the session prepared and presented by Monica from Su Misura Italy
Coffee and biscotti to start our morning together
A plate of beautiful handmade pasta and a glass of wine at the end of the session
Tickets: $90 per person
The WALKshop will be led by Monica from Su Misura Italy, an experienced Italian tutor and native speaker, hosted by Annapaola D’Alessio, professional pasta maker, and supported by Rebecca from Irregular Endings.
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