The Mindful Belly: Conscious Pasta Class
The Mindful Belly : Conscious Pasta Class
A pasta-making class with a dash of mindfulness.
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Q: How do you make a dish taste better, without changing the ingredients?
A: Just add mindfulness.
Join chef Harry Bourne (Love Supreme, Quay, Hartsyard) and Head Psychologist Mary Hoang for a mindful pasta making class that will re-connect you with the heart of cooking.
If mindfulness is the practice of paying attention on purpose, then cooking is one of the most mindful activities in our lives. The focus and repetition of making pasta can be a therapeutic exercise for many, and not just because we’re dreaming of bolognese…
In this new series held at neighbourhood favourite Love Supreme, we bring the principles of mindfulness to the kitchen. You’ll discover how mindfulness can improve the way you cook and taste food, prepare two types of authentic pasta, then we’ll share our experiences over a feast.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
- A step-by-step guide to making traditional farfalle and tortellini from scratch
- Learn the trick to a perfect pasta dough
- A mindful wine tasting
- A mindful feast with a like-minded community
- Learn how mindfulness can enhance your relationship with cooking
- Exercises in mindfulness meditation by Head Psychologist Mary Hoang
- Includes nibbles on arrival, dinner and two glasses of wine
Chef (Love Supreme, Harts Yard, Quay)
Harry has worked in kitchens for over 10 years, starting off as a pizza maker in his father’s restaurant when he was just 16. Driven to work for the best in the industry, he cooked under Roger Narbett (MOGB) at the Chequers Inn and two Michelin starred chef Michael Caines at the Bath Priory Hotel in the UK. His energy and enthusiasm for the kitchen brought him to Quay and Harts Yard, here in Sydney. You can now find him at Love Supreme serving delicious Italian cuisine, with an emphasis on the freshest ingredients.
Head Psychologist and Founder of The indigo project
In 2012 Mary Hoang established The Indigo project, a psychology and mindfulness practice to help people deal with their overactive modern minds. It has since grown into a thriving three-level hub in Surry Hills that hosts a range of innovative workshops and events.
Mary is an in-demand speaker (Vivid Ideas, Sunrise, The Today Show) and has worked with companies such as Westpac, Mama Mia, KPMG and General Electric, helping them find creative business solutions through psychology and mindfulness.
Her expertise lies in understanding the modern mind, and how to utilise mindfulness to achieve balance. Her mission is to help people understand their true potential, flex their creative spirit, and create a like-minded community that cares about themselves and the world around them.
6:30pm – 9:15pm
Monday, 26th June
Love Supreme: 180 Oxford St, Paddington NSW