It's time to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.
Pasta is a bit thin on the ground these days, isn't it?
If you can't pick some up from your local supermarket shelves, then perhaps making your own from scratch is the best way forward. It sounds a little easier said than done we know, but luckily, we've got just the trick and even the kids can get involved too.
Salvi's is hosting a live pasta making workshop tomorrow.
Owner Maurizio Cecco and his daughter Sienna will be doing Facebook live cooking tutorials to teach the good people of Manchester how to make the finest Neapolitan pasta right from the comfort of their own home.
If you're ready to become a 'pasta master', then the first tutorial will begin tomorrow at 12pm and the classes will continue each week if the interest is there.
Now that the kids are off school, we want to bring something fun to you! Join us on Facebook live at 12pm on Tuesday for...Posted by Salvi's on Thursday, 19 March 2020
It's already proven really popular on social media, amassing hundreds of likes and shares, so it's definitely not one to miss out on.
If you're struggling for the supplies, Salvi's will even provide you with all the flour you'll need for the workshop should you require it and you can pick up a bag for FREE from the Deli at the Corn Exchange.
Don’t forget to join us on Facebook live tomorrow at 12pm for Sienna’s kids pasta making class! ❤️?? pic.twitter.com/3DDbuRH7Og— Salvis Mcr (@SalvisMcr) March 23, 2020
If you're a parent/carer using this unique home schooling opportunity as a way of broadening your child's curriculum and branching out from the core subjects, then this could be something really fun and practical for all ages to have a crack at.
You can support a local business and make your lunch at the same time, how brilliant is that?