"ROME's RECIPES" - ITALIAN COOKING CLASS w/a CHEF from ITALY @ CASA ITALIANA
“ITALIAN COOKING CLASSES”
LET'S COOK ITALIAN
THURSDAY, APRIL 04, 18, 25, 2013 - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
CASA ITALIANA HALL & CULTURAL CENTER
595 3rd Street, NW |Washington, DC 20002
METRO RAIL: RED LINE - Judiciary Square
Cost: $ 60 (single class). Early registration and payment are necessary to ensure admission.
For Registration CLICK here > http://www.casaitalia...
For ADDITIONAL DETAILS PHONE: 202-638-1348
Note: Classes include an average of 90 minutes of hands-on cooking.
APRIL 2013 COOKING CLASSES
THURSDAY, APRIL 04, 2013 - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
“PUGLIA” REGIONAL RECIPES
Friselle con Pomodoro e Alici
Fave con le cicorie
Orecchiette con Cime di Rapa
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013 - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
"RICETTE PASQUALI" (Easter Recipes)
Uova Ripiene Pasquali
Raviolone al Tuorlo Fondente
THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013 - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
"Un GIORNO a ROMA" (ROME's Recipes)
Suppli al Telefono
Fettuccine alla Papalina
Crostata di Ricotta e Sanbuca
SPRING COOKING CLASSES
MAY 2013 - (Dates To be announced)
“CAMPANIA” REGIONAL RECIPES
Zucchine a Scapece
Gnocchi alla Sorrentina
Baba’ al Rum
Tortino di Zucchine
Mousse di Ricotta e Fragole
"Un GIORNO a TORINO"
JUNE 2013 - (Dates To be announced)
"LA GRANDE CUCINA ITALIANA"
Bruschetta al Pomodoro
Cannelloni con Ricotta e Spinaci
Tris di panna Cotta
"Un GIORNO a NAPOLI"
Mozzarella in Carrozza
Fusilli alla Napoletana
Baba’ al Rum
Get ready for some good food, good company and good wine! Discover how traditional Italian meals become an easy feast with an Italian chef in the kitchen of Casa Italiana!!!
STUFFED PASTA - PASTA RIPIENA
The no-fuss environment is conducive to learning, experimenting and enjoying wholesome ingredients, elegant menus and making new friends.
Delicious fresh rolled pasta, a specialty in the province of Siena, Tuscany.
In the Montalcino (SI) area it is also referred to as pinci.
"A tavola non si invecchia!"
"The best place to learn about Italy is in the kitchen."
SALSE – SAUCES
Penne all’ARRABBIATA (the Italian word for "angry") is a HOT Roman sauce
with garlic, tomatoes, red chili cooked in olive oil, fresh parsley sprinkled on top
Learning to prepare Italian cuisine is more than just learning to cook. It is about the atmosphere, the people and of course, the wine.
The cooking classes at Casa Italiana cover the preparation of various courses from around Italy. Some are old favorites and some are the latest creations. These classes are participatory so expect to do a little work. Most people discover once they let their inner chef out, the classes take on a new dynamic.
In each class, you will learn to prepare four recipes from start to finish, get a good grasp of basic cooking techniques and an understanding of essential Italian ingredients. You will then sit down and enjoy the meals you cooked. Lessons start at 6 PM and last three hours. Classes include an average of ninety minutes of hands-on cooking.