No one does pasta like the Italians (a well know fact!), but did you know that flavors and shapes can vary widely based on region? We're exploring the differences and similarities of traditional pasta dishes of Northern and Southern regions of Italy in this very special Farm-to-KITCHEN cooking class. Join us for a seasonal & local twist on the flavors of Emilia Romagna region in the North and the Puglia region in the South. The majority of ingredients for the class will be straight from The Boston Public Market, proving you can buy local, eat local and still achieve international flavors.
Led by Chef Juli, this class will emphasize classic recipes she learned while teaching farm-to-table cooking classes in Italy's capital city for four years (and can tell you a story or two!). She spent her weekends exploring the different regions of Italy and wants to give you a similar experience through food. Juli's recipes will awaken your senses and introduce you to new options for flavorful meals at home.
In addition to learning a new cooking style, you'll enjoy tastes of three local New England wines that pair perfectly with recipes we’ll be making, courtesy of The Massachusetts Wine Shop.
This menu can be made vegetarian, but not gluten-free or vegan. Please contact email@example.com to let us know if you need a vegetarian option or to inquire about other allergies.
Our hands-on cooking classes are structured as a group learning experience; you’ll work with other students to create a seasonal meal led by our professional chef instructors. We focus on learning new cooking styles and techniques to increase your confidence and enjoyment in your own kitchen. Here are a few things to know before booking a class with us:
Cost is $63 for Trustees member and $79 for Non-Trustees Members. Members must bring their current member card and number. Join The Trustees and save! Members save between 20-40% off all classes in The KITCHEN.
Juli is a former farmer turned cook who has worked as a vegetable farmer, private chef and sustainable food educator throughout Boston and Italy. After working as a seasonal farmer for Siena Farms she traveled to Italy to 'WWOOF' (volunteer farm exchange) on a Chianti Classico vineyard in Tuscany and make sheep's milk in Abruzzo. She later returned to Italy to complete a culinary apprenticeship at the American Academy of Rome, an Alice Water's project, called the Rome Sustainable Food Project. She has been teaching Roman inspired farm-to-table classes in Rome for the past four years through her own cooking business, Breaking Bread Rome and is excited to bring her adopted Italian culture and cuisine to the Trustees.