Homemade Pizza - In-Person Class | Oct 5Hands-on, Interactive Cooking Class
Cost:$105.00 per person
About this experience
PLEASE NOTE: REDUCED CLASS SIZE AND OTHER MEASURES IN PLACE TO ENSURE SAFETY. SEE BELOW OR READ OUR SAFETY STATEMENT FOR MORE DETAILS.
Join us for this special virtual version of chef Bruno di Sarno's ever-popular pizza class, recently chosen by Toronto Life as one of the city’s best cooking classes!
Pizza is in Bruno's blood - he grew up in Naples, the birthplace of pizza, and today he works as a chef, pizza-maker and culinary instructor here in Toronto.
Bruno will teach you everything you need to know about how to make amazing pizza in the comfort of your own home - and you don’t need a fancy pizza oven or expensive equipment to do it!
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- How to select and work with the best raw materials
- The proper way to knead, ferment and bake the dough
- Classic Italian combinations like Margherita, Diavolo & Funghi
Snacks are served during the class, and you will take home (a) the pizza you make and (b) your dough, so you can test what you learn at home!
HOW IT WORKS / SAFETY
- Classes limited to 8 people, and guests will be spread out, to ensure safe social distancing
- Food will not be shared: guests will handle and cook their own food only
- Masks to be worn except when eating
- Hand washing and sanitation protocols will be strictly followed
- If you have any COVID symptoms please stay home - we will issue a refund
- We will do our best to accommodate dietary needs – please contact us before booking
- No refunds after purchase.
- Exchanges (one per ticket) permitted up to 5 days prior to the event.
- Tickets to Cucinato events are transferable - you can give them to someone else if you can’t attend (but you must notify Cucinato in advance!)
Bruno’s culinary journey began in his mother’s kitchen in Naples. From an early age he admired her daily cooking for family and friends, always with joy and skill, and to this day she remains his inspiration.
By the age of 14 Bruno was working in kitchens and studying at one of Italy’s oldest culinary schools, Ippolito Cavalcanti. In 1999 his career led him to London, England, where he worked in a number of Michelin Star restaurants before immigrating to Australia, where he worked as a chef and master pizza maker, and where he met his wife, Elizabeth.
By 2009 they moved back to Elizabeth’s home in Canada, where Bruno has worked as a chef, pizza maker, culinary consultant and instructor. Today they have a beautiful home in Burlington, with 3 kids, two cats and a dog.