Wednesday, January 25, 2017
|Cooking Fresh from the P-Patch|
|6:30 pm - 8:30 pm|
|1433 First Ave.|
|$35.00 | Buy Now|
Michela Tartaglia of Cucina Casalinga with stories and photos from MOHAI’s collections
If you have ever wondered about the origin of the name P-Patch, you are not alone. The “P” stands for Picardo, the involuntary founder of the marvelous community garden project in Seattle area. Michela Tartaglia leads a hands-on cooking class teaching how to make cicatielli, the typical pasta from Irpinia, Italy (where Picarra was from), cooked with rapini, a PNW veggie in honor of his P-Patch tradition.
Tickets: $35 General / $30 MOHAI Members SOLD OUT
About the Taste of the Market Series
Pike Place Market’s regional bounty has inspired food lovers, home cooks, and professional chefs for more than a century. In addition to year-round farmers and specialty food vendors, the Market today boasts classic restaurants and new dining concepts run by Seattle’s culinary greats. Join MOHAI and Pike Place Market for a series of intimate culinary experiences where history has a place at the table alongside quality Market-sourced food.
More Upcoming Taste of the Market Events:
February 22: Celebrating Northwest Sustainable Seafood
March 29: The Chinese Art of Hand-pulled Noodles