Although crepes are typical from the French cuisine, Italians eat them a lot too! Who does not enjoy a crepe with Nutella? But don't forget that you can also have crepes with ingredients that are not sweet.
This lesson will represent an enjoyable journey of my life. When my mom would prepare the dough right next to me, she would throw some flour at my face to make it even more fun! It was then when my love for the pizza pazza (or crazy pizza) started. Join us for this class so you can have fun with your kids and learn how to make pizza pazza at home.
This class is about the antique traditions of my grandma that were passed through generations... a dish that she would make every Sunday. "Il sugo" in Tuscan dialect is called ragu di carne, similar to the bolognese sauce. I want to transport you in this antique and unique journey from my childhood. Viva a tutte le nonne dil mondo!!! (Hurrey to all grandmas of this world!) Are you ready to be part of my family?
This time we will prepare together gnocchi and pesto. This is one of the Italian dishes that is most known around the world and is prepared in every region of Italy. In Rome gnocchi were made every single Thursday. Romans would say “Giovedì gnocchi e venerdì pesce”… Gnocchi Thursdays and fish for Friday.
This is the most famous dish in Roma. We will bring you the real guanciale (pork jowl), organic eggs, aged pecorino Romano, bucatini pasta.
The Amatriciana pasta is a Roman classic which originated in Amatrice, a nearby town. The name of the dish in the Romanesco dialect eventually became matriciana due to the apheresis typical of this dialect.
Cacio Pepe... a Roman classic. This simple dish which has just few ingredients, cheese, black pepper and pasta, was very popular originally among shepherds because ingredients were easily found in the region and kept well for a long time.