Sept. 25 | Handmade Gluten-free Pasta A/TX


Sept. 25 | Handmade Gluten-free Pasta A/TX


In this hands-on class, you will learn how to make delicious gluten-free pasta using a traditional pasta machine with rollers. Additionally, you will learn which gluten-free flours make the most successful pasta dough. I will introduce you to less commonly known flavorful gluten-free flours that can be used to create pasta that adds to the flavor of the dish rather than act as merely a passive carrier for the sauce. Each class participant will take home a batch of pasta she shapes herself.

*Please bring a container for carrying your freshly made pasta home with you.

September 25, 2019 | 7 - 9 PM

Austin Location: This small, intimate class will be taught in my South Austin home, one mile South of the river, in my completely gluten-free kitchen. I will email the address and directions to my home within 48 hours of the class.

You may bring your own wine! Sparkling water will be provided.

*No refunds are available for this class. The class registration may be transferred to someone else with prior approval.

Allergy Information: Although all the ingredients I use in my kitchen and in my cooking are gluten-free, I do regularly use peanuts and other tree nuts in my kitchen. The food we sample in this class will contain eggs, dairy, and tree nuts. Other than the occasional use of gluten-free soy sauce, I do not use soy in my cooking.

After years of teaching freshmen composition students how to write academically, Teresa left her academic career at the University of Texas at San Antonio to pursue her passion for all things food-related. Always an avid cook, Teresa has baked from scratch since childhood, using only quality, non-processed, non-engineered ingredients. When she was diagnosed with celiac disease, she worked to adapt her family’s favorite recipes to be gluten-free. Teresa is now a free lance writer and recipe developer. She posts her recipes on her personal food blog Deglutenized and Delicious. Some of her original recipes have been featured in local magazines in Austin and San Antonio, as well as on Instagram and blogs for companies that sell gluten-free ingredients.

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