Is learning to make authentic pasta from an Italian grandmother on your bucket list? Then you can finally check that off of your list. Nonna Assunta is 89-years-old and has made pasta entirely by hand since she was 12. Book a date with her and prepare yourself for an extraordinary experience, consisting of a lot of laughter, old stories and lots of pasta, of course, made from organic eggs from personally owned chickens and ancient unrefined flours from a mill close by.
The cooking class will consist of making (and eating) one of the following: tagliolini, tagliatelle, cappelletti, strozzapreti, puntarine and gnocchi. Depending on your choice and taste, the dish will be accompanied with either ragù, mushroom sauce, brodo (broth), stridoli sauce, bean soup or other specialties, which will be agreed beforehand. Moreover, you will be offered a glass or two of local red wine.
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