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CorzettiArtisan Pasta with Nadia

February 18
11a – 3pm

Come and join us for a fun pasta demonstration! Nadia will teach you all the versatile and beautiful pastas you can make from one simple dough.

How about using a cavarola board to create decorative, homemade ravioli? A plate of corzetti pasta is a dish that impresses. Hand cuts and artisan shapes are a trending in restaurants worldwide. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the techniques and tools you can impress with at your next dinner party.

Artisan Pasta Tools

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Le Creuset Dutch Ovens - ColorsSoup

February 25
11a – 3pm

Ever wonder what to do with all your leftover veggie scraps? Make a vegetable stock to freeze and use in future meals!

Brian will show you how easy it is to put everything together and make a homemade, delicious base stock using a Le Creuset cast iron dutch oven. Because it is made from leftovers, the stock is essentially free. In addition to a lower grocery bill, you control the flavors, salt level and can leave out any additives that are prevalent in pre-made stock.

Using an enameled cast iron pan by Le Creuset, the pan hold heat exceptionally well, making cooking stock effortless. And it cleans up like new.

Le Creuset Cookware

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6 oz of coarsely ground Love Buzz, using the Escali Arti scale. Don’t forget to tare the bowl!

6 oz of coarsely ground Love Buzz, using the Escali Arti scale. Don’t forget to tare the bowl!

Test Your Measuring Skills

March 4
11a – 3pm

Can YOU accurately measure a cup of flour?

Time and time again we hear that the only accurate and precise way of measuring for cooking and baking is by weight. Alton Brown even made a video about why it’s so important, and what to look for when shopping for a good kitchen scale.

Come and test your cup-measuring skills this Saturday! Can you accurately scoop a cup of flour using a volumetric measuring cup? You can win 10% off* your purchase that day if you can match the accuracy of a scale!

Scales

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