SHAPESHIFTER RECIPE DECEMBER 2016
SHIFTING PASTA SHAPES INTO A NEW DIMENSION
With "Cacio e Pepe" being the height of food fashion lately, meaning cheese and pepper, we thought we could offer this
super easy variation on a simple cheese and pasta dish.
500g of fusilli caserecci pasta (thinner and more tightly “twisted” than regular fusilli), alternatively use spiral
pasta or spaghetti
A dozen asparagus
1 tablespoon of butter
A small mountain of grated parmesan (about 200g)
Salt and pepper for seasoning
Bring a pot of water to the boil.
Take a dozen asparagus stalks, holding at the base and halfway along, and bend till the asparagus snap. Discard the
thicker part and keep the tips. Cut the asparagus into 2-3cm pieces.
Put fusilli caserecci pasta in the pot, followed by the asparagus, and boil for 9 minutes. When both the asparagus and
pasta are cooked, remove and strain.
Return to the pot and add butter, a small mountain of grated parmesan, a dash of salt and liberal amounts of pepper, and
serve hot with a side salad and a delicious glass of Sacred Hill wine! We suggest the Sacred Hill Reserve Savignon
If you want to ‘NZ’ it up a bit and add that classic summer flavor, you can barbeque up the asparagus with peppercorns
to add some zing!
SHAPESHIFTER TO PERFORM NEW YEARS CURTAIN RAISER AT SACRED HILL
Having just released their latest album ‘Stars’, this summer, the iconic kiwi band, Shapeshifter will be taking their
stadium-sized sounds (both new and old) to Sacred Hill winery in the Dartmoor Valley on December 29th.
Sacred Hill has crafted some of New Zealand’s most iconic wines. Sacred Hill opens its Cellar Door to the public on
special occasions and with the venue nestled in rural Hawkes Bay’s classic ‘wine country’ Shapeshifter’s electric
performance is sure to have audiences transfixed by their stunning surroundings.
To help make the most of the unique setting, and really amplify the feeling of a Kiwi summer well spent, The Upbeats,
Ladi6 and Sunshine Sound System support Shapeshifter at their Sacred Hill show.