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 IN-PERSON    Cooking  
AUGUST 20th, 2024
chef samuel emery & chloe chalakani of crooked spoon


Fresh Pasta from Scratch 
Roll up your sleeves and learn different techniques to prepare several pasta varieties to take home. The workshop concludes with a delicious farm-to-table pasta dinner. 

Tuition: $150 (includes all materials & a farm-to-table dinner)

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

Embark on a culinary adventure in this pasta-making class with Chef Samuel Emery of Crooked Spoon Co. Roll up your sleeves and master the techniques of kneading, rolling, and shaping pasta varieties. You’ll learn about different flours, engage in lively discussions, and hear anecdotes from Chef Samuel’s culinary journey. 

One of the best parts of the class? Enjoying your creations! The workshop will conclude with a full farm-to-table dinner of fresh salad, focaccia, and the pasta that you’ve learned about. Whether you're a novice or an experienced home cook, Chef Samuel's pasta-making class promises a blend of learning and fun.

We will be working with gluten-based flours, so this is not a suitable class for guests with gluten allergies. The workshop price includes your three-hour educational experience, all of the ingredients for your hand-made pasta, pasta to take home and a delicious pasta dinner prepared by Crooked Spoon Co. 

Spots will fill fast! Don't miss out on this summer evening to remember. 

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WORKSHOP SPECIFICS

 

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

All ingredients and pasting making tools are included. Students will leave with freshly made pasta to take home and the evening will conclude with a farm-to-table pasta dinner with salad, focaccia, wine, and still/sparkling water. 

HOURS & LOCATION

The class will run approximately 3 hours, starting promptly at 5:30pm and ending at 8:30pm. This workshop is an in-person course hosted in the Art Barn at Howe Hill Farm in Camden, Maine. 

WHAT TO BRING

All materials will be provided but feel free to bring a notebook to take notes and any specific beverage you would like to drink with dinner. 

Skill level

This workshop is designed for people of all skill levels who are wanting to learn the art of pasta making. No prior cooking or kitchen experience is required. 

REFUNDs

If you need to cancel, please notify us via email at least 15 days before the start of the workshop. We will refund your tuition, minus a $50 cancellation fee or you may transfer your full tuition amount to another Workshop at Howe Hill Farm within 18 months. Cancellations made within 15 days of the workshop will result in forfeit of the full tuition amount. If you are traveling to attend a workshop we recommend insuring your trip with Travelex insurance so your trip and tuition will be covered in the event of illness or unforeseen circumstances.

CLASS SIZE

A maximum of 25 students. Seats will fill fast, get yours today!

*If minimum enrollment is not met within 10 days of the workshop start the course will be cancelled and a full refund will be issued to all registered students. 

TUITION

$150 *All ingredients, tools and a farm-to-table pasta dinner are included in the price

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 MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORs 
Crooked spoon co.

chef samuel emery
& Chloe chalakani

Crooked Spoon Co is a two-person culinary team of Chef Samuel Emery and partner-turned-sous-chef Chloe Chalakani.

 

A native of St. George Maine, Chef Samuel spent his early years learning pasta techniques under Chef Melissa Kelly of Primo in Rockland. After attending the Culinary Institute of America, Samuel honed his skills in New York, Utah, DC, and Philadelphia, eventually helping to create restaurant Osteria’s pasta offerings alongside Chef Jeff Michaud. Chef Samuel and Chloe now work together to cook for private chef clients, and bring Pasta Night to Waldoboro every Monday at The Waldoboro Inn. 

 

Chef Samuel and Chloe are excited to bring their love of all things pasta back to their home in Midcoast Maine.

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