Small-Group Pasta Class from Scratch with Seasonal Ingredients

Food, Wine & Nightlife in Italy

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from$77.40
4.8 out of 5

Tour description provided by Viator

Pasta in Italy has infinite shapes and styles. Some are long and thin, like spaghetti. Others brim with fillings of cheese, braised meat, amazing vegetables or fish, organic, seasonal and locally-sourced. During this 3-hour class, limited to 8/10 participants, you are guaranteed one-on-one interaction with your cooking instructor. Learn how to form and fill traditional of stuffed pasta, how to prepare the main kind of dough for filled pastas and best ways to pair with its own delectable sauce.
In this class, you’ll learn how to prepare the two main types of dough best suited for filled pastas: egg (all’uovo) and flour-and-water (all’acqua) or may be also another one, as colored pasta with vegetables or squid ink. Each pasta is paired with its own delectable sauce. The chef will welcome you in her cozy kitchen on the second floor of a historic building. Ingredients used in each dish are organic, seasonal and locally-sourced. Upon request, this class can be vegetarian. The intimate classes are a great way to meet fellow, food-minded travelers in Florence. Come for the food and leave with a full belly and new friends. Please note: menu options are subject to change, based on what is seasonally and locally available. Additionally, due to the nature of this tour, this class does not provide a gluten-free, eggs free option and lactose free

What’s included

  • Bottled water
  • 1 glass of wine
  • Hands-on pasta cooking class (2 pastas) (1 sauce no meat sauce)
  • Use of traditional pasta-making tools and machines
  • Shared lunch or dinner, following the class (you'll go to eat the pasta prepared)
  • Recipes
  • Professional chef
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Small-group tour
  • Hands-on cooking class 

What’s not included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Gratuities (recommended)
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