Classic Pasta Sauces Class | Nov 18

Hands-on, In-Person Cooking Class

Location:

Zoom

Cost:

$125.00 per ticket

Duration:

3h

About this experience

[Please note: Ontario vaccine certificate is required for all indoor events at Cucinato, in compliance with provincial guidelines]

 

Here’s your chance to perfect your technique at making some if Italy’s most famous pasta sauces, while spending a fun and relaxing evening with chef Cosimo Ieraci!

In this hands-on, interactive class, Cosimo will guide the class through the process of making these 3 classics:

Alla puttanesca - a staple Napoletano dish made with tomato, olives, capers, anchovy and peperoncino

Ragù alla bolognese - often imitated, but rarely according to the original recipe; Cosimo will show you how it’s done in Emilia Romagna, where this sauce originates!

Alle cime di rapa - a famous dish from Puglia, where a humble broccoli rabe (rapini) is transformed into an iconic Italian dish

We'll make some focaccia to snack on at the start of the class, and when we're finished cooking, you'll sit down to a delicious meal served by our staff.

OPTIONAL ADD-ONS

• Charcuterie board for 2 or 4 people
• Wine by the bottle (wine by the glass is available during the class) 

 

HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDELINES

• Vaccine certificate required in compliance with provincial guidelines
• Events are limited to 12 people, and guests will be spread out, to ensure safe social distancing
• Masks to be worn except when eating
• Hand washing and sanitation protocols will be strictly followed
• If you have any COVID-like symptoms please stay home - we will issue a refund or credit



FINE PRINT

• 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!)

Your Host

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Chef Cosimo spent half his childhood between his nonna’s kitchen and garden, and now that he’s grown up and become a professional chef … well, not much has changed! Cos' nonna (and his mom) are still the biggest inspiration for his culinary creations, whether he’s making soppressata at home or teaching a homemade pasta class at Cucinato.