What You'll Get
- $85 for one admission to a pasta-rolling class and family-style dinner with Andrew Wood
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event takes place at Russet, praised by Philadelphia Weekly for the way its “simple, rustic atmosphere… exhibits a sleek, European flair,” and its “fresh and bright [food] with innovative use of new ingredients.”
Each event is capped at 30 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Award-winning Chef Andrew Wood starts off this class by demonstrating how to hand-craft pasta like an Italian artisan. Once you’ve watched him work, get hands-on and immerse yourself in dough while Andrew discusses everything that goes into the deliciousness, including the history of pasta, regional styles and methods of the pastificio (a technique from Northern Italy), and different forms of pasta—from spaghetti to corkscrew fusilli. After working up a chef’s appetite, make your way to the dining room and sit down with the owners of Russet for a seasonal, family-style meal featuring your own delicious pasta creations.
Chef Andrew Wood demonstrates the craftsmanship that goes into handmade pasta, and adds tidbits about the history of the culinary staple
Roll Your Own Pasta
After the demonstration, try your hand at rolling your own pasta
Family-Style Italian Feast
Andrew prepares a seasonal, family-style Italian feast made with the pasta you crafted in the class.
Co-Owner and Chef, Russet
While working at acclaimed restaurants like Philly’s Le Bec-Fin and Chicago’s Trio, chef Andrew Wood developed a simple culinary creed. Built on the idea that menus should evolve to accommodate seasonal, locally produced ingredients, the philosophy blossomed into practice in 2012 when he and his wife, Kristin, opened Russet. Andrew and pastry chef Kristin work to create earnest but elegant dishes, focusing on sourcing high-quality ingredients and letting natural flavors sing.
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