Cooking Class: Handmade Fettuccine Pasta
Want to learn how to make rustic Italian recipes at home? This class is a great place to start. Master the art of making fresh pasta from scratch in this immersive cooking workshop with Chef Landi.
He will teach you how to prepare your own pasta dough using just a few simple ingredients you probably already have in your pantry, then you'll enjoy your homemade pasta with a creamy rose sauce made with tomatoes and Parmigiano cheese. It's a recipe that is sure to impress anyone you serve it to!
Our cooking classes are designed to be social events that do not require any previous experience. Guests are welcome to purchase beer to enjoy during the class.
Homemade Fettuccine Pasta With Rose Sauce
With fresh pasta, a marinara and cream rose sauce, and Parmigiano cheese
- Minimum Guests 4
- Maximum Guests 25
- Event Duration 2 hours
- Activity Level
- Restrictions Must be 21 years of age or older to attend.
Classpop! guest reviews for this experience
06 Jan 2020
This was a fun event! We went with my parents and thoroughly enjoyed Chef Landi and learning to make the pasta! It was a fun and relaxed atmosphere. There was only one thing (hence the minus one star). We were hoping to learn more about making the sauce as well but while we were cutting the pasta Chef was making the sauce himself so we weren’t able to learn much for the and for the price I would think that would be included. Otherwise, so much fun and a good time had by all!
30 Dec 2019
Chef Landi was fun and informative. The class was an excellent girls night out! I look forward to my next Golden Apron class!
23 Dec 2019
I was so excited to attend this class, which I purchased for my boyfriend and my parents as a Christmas surprise. I lead events professionally for a corporate travel management company, and we attend cooking classes often, so after reading the reviews I thought I had selected a class that would be fun, hands on, well-planned, and well-executed at a great value. Sadly, this was not what we experienced. We arrived to a class of about twelve people, a very empty basement of what I believed to be a nice restaurant with chairs all over the place which we had to move ourselves in order to sit. Tables were thrown together, most without coverings, one with an old worn tablecloth. Grocery bags thrown about on the floor. There was one pasta making machine and two portable stove tops. Therefore, no workstations for participants. The chef silently prepared the dough as the audience sat awkwardly waiting for instruction or even small talk that didn’t come for about fifteen minutes. There was a disregard for hygiene—no hair nets, we weren’t even asked to put our hair up. No one was asked to wash their hands. This was a demonstration, not a class. The only interaction we had was on occasion sliding the pasta through the machine. And the chef would insist on preparing, kneading the dough, flouring and folding the dough. We did not even receive a demonstration on how to make the sauce as he did this in silence as we waited. The audience watched the Eagles game on their phones because there was no instruction. The pasta was served in an old plastic bowl and we were given paper plates and utensils. The chef silently put everything away while we all ate. I am disappointed, mostly because my family was so disappointed. I tried to stay positive and enjoy the company, which I did. But I was embarrassed I had talked up the surprise so much only to be let down by something clearly thrown together at the last minute. Within the first several minutes, I went to ask the restaurant staff what could be done and they agreed it was a disappointment and not as advertised and have put me in touch with their events manager, who I will contact this afternoon. I would like to receive a refund for this. I wish I had never purchased it, and I am sad to think that this was something I researched for hours and spent $200 on for my family and it went so poorly. As someone who coordinates events for a living, it was frustrating knowing there were very small, inexpensive or even free changes that could be made and details that could have been accounted for that would transform this experience, but I did not see the care or consideration in this event that could make even the smallest impact.
all-inclusive: 2-hour class, meal and taxes.
Event location: 915 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA, 19123
Venue Type: Brewery
Location is based on class date. Please select the date you plan to attend to see the correct location.
Meet your chef
Chef Landi began his culinary career many decades ago as a restaurant server in Italy. His passion for food led to a career with rapid growth as he quickly became confident in the kitchen, learning classical Italian culinary training. Upon relocating to the U.S. in 2001, Chef Landi channeled his culinary passions and valuable skills into a profession of culinary instruction. A highly-respected chef and instructor, Chef Landi is certainly someone to learn from.