Cooking Class: Basics of Pasta Making

Under the guidance of Chef Tess, guests in this cooking class will learn the foundational techniques of pasta making. With only two ingredients, eggs and flour, learn to make tender and flavorful homemade pasta and sauces. Start by creating a savory and complex truffle and celery root filling for ravioli, then choose from three sauces and accompaniments to pair with handmade linguine. Choose from a classic Bolognese, creamy carbonara or classic con vongole (with clams). To finish the meal, try out a French technique to create a sweet treat: chocolate profiteroles.


Truffle Oil and Celery Root Ravioli

With vegetable broth and herbs 

Handmade Linguine 

Choose one

Bolognese with beef, veal, pork, celery, carrot, onion and herbs

Carbonara with guanciale, peas, eggs and cheese

Con vongole with clams, white wine and parsley 

Chocolate Profiteroles

With choux pastry and cream

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 10
  • Event Duration 3 hours
  • Activity Level
    Activity Level
  • LabelsPasta Making, Italian, Holiday, Valentine's, French, Baking, Pastry, Mother's Day

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Rogelio G.

03 Sep 2019

Great time. Learned so much. Chef Tess was able to work in my Mother's recipe. She was the perfect host. Thanks Chef Tess

$ 119 Per person

all-inclusive: 3-hour class, meal and taxes.

This class does not have any dates.

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Chef Tess, classically trained under world-class chefs, is experienced in a wide range of techniques and cuisines from rustic Italian to molecular gastronomy. She spent years in the restaurant industry and even achieved second place on the Food Network’s "Chopped." Now, Chef Tess focuses her passion for food by teaching people how to cook simple and satisfying food. She's also been part of  a talk show series on YouTube called "Good Mythical Morning."

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