Make Fresh Pasta at the Mill!

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Date: November 14, 2020
Start Time: 11 am

Out of respect for the well-being of all participants, masks are required for the duration of the class.

In this class with Austin Chef Matt Lester, you’ll learn how to work with our freshly-milled flours to create different pasta doughs and homemade sauces. 

Beginners are welcome! Bring your favorite beverage and start your Saturday off right!

This 3-hour class will provide you with the knowledge you need to make fresh pasta for your friends and family at home.

You will:
  • Learn the difference between stone-milled and store-bought flours
  • Have an opportunity to work with our own freshly milled grains, stone-milled right here at Barton Springs Mill
  • Tour the mill room
  • Test out our newest product - semolina!
  • Make, roll and cut egg-based and semolina-based pasta dough
  • Learn to make classic red sauce and aglio e olio sauce
  • Enjoy a tasty lunch of your creation
  • Purchase our products at a special discount
  • Take pasta and sauce home
BYOB is encouraged for prime Saturday afternoon fun!

This class has a limited capacity in order to ensure ample space between students. If you book more than 1 ticket at a time, you will be seated with ticket-mates, not distanced.

Tickets are non-refundable, but definitely transferrable up to 5 days before the class date. This class is for all levels, so don't be intimidated! If you want to make fresh pasta, this is the class for you!

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