Italy's Tagliatelle, a Zoom talk + demo with Dame Meryl Feinstein 5/15

Join us on Wednesday, May 15 at 6:30 PM for Part II of our pasta explorations. Dame Meryl Feinstein, author of "Pasta Every Day" and Wharton Club members and guests are invited!



Join us on Wednesday, May 15 at 6:30 PM for Part II of our pasta explorations. Dame Meryl Feinstein, author of "Pasta Every Day" and, will focus on "Italy's Tagliatelle," the flat, ribboned noodles of the country's Emilia-Romagna and Marche regions. She will show us how to make the simple egg dough and roll it into sheets by hand. No special equipment required.

Meryl's session follows Les Dames DC April 24 presentation by historian Karima Moyer-Nocchi on "How Pasta Became Italian." We'll be continuing this occasional series, so stay tuned.

Meryl Feinstein is a chef, pasta maker, and food writer. After graduating from the Institute of Culinary Education, she got her start at the renowned New York establishments Lilia and Misi, where she was part of the pasta production team. While there she founded Pasta Social Club, a platform that brings people together over a shared love of food, learning, and making connections both on- and offline. Meryl now lives in Washington, D.C., where she develops recipes and teaches pasta-making workshops. She is the author of Pasta Every Day, a guide to making pasta doughs, shapes, fillings, and sauces with joy and confidence for all home cooks, which was published in September 2023. Her writing and recipes have also been featured in Food & Wine and Food52, for which she was the website’s Resident Pasta Maker, and she has been quoted as an expert in pasta making for BBC Travel, La Cucina Italiana, Martha Stewart, New York magazine, and more. Her dishes draw on her travels in Italy, ongoing research into the rich history of traditional pasta making, and her Jewish heritage. Follow her on Instagram @pastasocialclub

The program is free to all but a $5 donation is welcome, and will go toward our fund for grants and scholarships for women in culinary fields.

Note: We have a waitlist set up on Eventbrite. If you are unable to register for a ticket, please be sure to add yourself and your email info to the waitlist drop down menu. We will contact you by email and help you register as well as provide you with the zoom link a few days before the event. We have plenty of room for everyone!




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