Su Filindeu 101-Strings of God: 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT - Interactive Livestream
Livestream Cagliari, Italy
ChefsFeed Experiences cooking classes are a chance to virtually connect with chefs and bartenders, learn simple cooking tricks and tips, and most importantly, support the culinary community through this difficult time. 100% of ticket sales are for Covid-19 relief, to financially support the individual class instructor, their restaurant staff, or a charity of their choice. --- **This class starts at 12pm PDT/3pm EDT** Su Filindeu is reputed as the rarest and most sacred hand made pasta in the world. 12 people on the island of Sardinia know how to make it and one professional chef, Maria Carta, who learned from Raffaella Marongiu, one of the few masters of this art. On this experience, with masterful movements and hands, Maria will transform water, salt and Semola into an infinite geometric intersection of paper thin strings-the strings of God. Today you will go on a journey and discover an ancient art that tells the story of a culture and a community, an art which risked extinction. The pasta is exclusively hand made and there is no particular secret other than “hand memory”. The pasta is pulled 7 or 8 times until you obtain criss-crossed, transparent, razor thin strings. It is not an easy process. The dough has to be elastic and soft. The strings are then placed on large round wicker base and dried in the sun. Su Filindeu is not only a pasta but a sacred rite. Mastery of this art can take years, so what are you waiting for! Maria has a restaurant in Cagliari, Italy, Is Feminas, run by women and inspired by Maria’s family and the recipe’s from her town, Seulo, the small town in central Sardinia, famous for having the highest percentage of Centenarians in the world.
Learn how to make the rarest pasta in the world-Su Filindeu-strings of god in a fish broth.
250 gram bag filindeu, mix of organic legumes 4 bags, I luv Filindeu T-shirt
Personal 1 hour lesson with Maria.
Group Friend, family or colleague lesson (maximum 6)