Pasta Class Cooking Class

Homemade Classic Egg Pasta - tagliatelle, garganelli, farfalle, & more! Hands On Cooking Class (10/21)

Fri, OCTOBER 21, 6pm - 8pm

Tie on an apron, roll up your sleeves, and learn how to make traditional Italian PASTA with REAL ingredients, from our master pasta artists!

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$65.00

PER GUEST (14+)

LEARN // In this cooking class, guests will learn how to make the classic egg pasta dough using a pasta machine or a rolling pin + how to shape it in different ways - tagliatelle, maltagliati (literally "badly cut"), farfalle (bow tie), quadrucci (little squares), garganelli.

TAKE HOME // Guests will take home:

  • All the pasta made during the class.
  • 1 jar of Roasted Red Pepper Sauce (choose Italian or Spicy), to enjoy with your pasta at home.
  • 1 recipe booklet.

EAT // Tea & Coffee and a tasty selection of light refreshments will be served during the class.

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Refunds & Cancellations

1. If this cooking class does not receive interest from a minimum of 15 guests, our cooking instructor will not be able to host the event. In this case, the event will be cancelled with a FULL refund of all tickets already purchased.

2. If you would like to cancel your reserved ticket, you will receive a PARTIAL refund if there's at least 5 days until the date of the event (refund = ticket price minus $5), and NO refund if there's less than 5 days before the event.

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MEET THE PASTA ARTISTS: Monica & Valentina, born and raised in Italy, learned the ART of HOMEMADE PASTA from their grandmas who wisely donated their precious secrets and many authentic recipes. Inspired by their Italian families gathered around a table, they are in love with bringing people together.

“We don’t remember how old we were when we started to make Homemade Pasta with our “nonne” in Italy, but it’s become a sort of obsession. It’s a kind of ritual, a passion, a relaxing activity for us and our whole families. There’s nothing quite like the taste, of course, but there’s also something addicting about the pasta-making process itself. It’s all-consuming yet meditative; you get lost in the act.”

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