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1-3 day technique oriented cooking classes Emilia Romagna

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alknoll Jan 20, 2013 01:19 PM

Can't find a small, decent 1-3 day cooking course/class that is 'hands on' and focuses on technique more than recipe in the Bologna/Parma/Moderna area. Most seem to be demonstration classes that are designed as much for entertainment as for content. Not that I am adverse to entertainment....Al Knoll

  1. LaBuonaForchetta Jan 21, 2013 10:33 AM

    I'm interested in the same exact thing- will be interested in replies to your post. If I find anything in the interim, I'll let you know!

    1. madonnadelpiatto Jan 25, 2013 02:49 PM

      Did you contact Carmelita at Cookitaly?

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        cleopatra999 Feb 12, 2013 09:08 AM

        We went to Il Salotta di Penelope. http://www.ilsalottodipenelope.it/

        Fully hands on, in Bologna. Generally only 1/2 day class, but given enough notice, they will tailor to suit your needs. We made bolognese, sage butter sauce and a couple other easy sauces. Main focus was pasta, from the beginning we made tortellini, tortelloni (including fillings), tagliatelle, and gnocchi. We had 4 students and 2 instructors.

        I had inquired about a full day class and they gave me a list of items to choose from to make.

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