Pasta Making Classes at Cucina Asellina

Ever wanted to know the secrets to making delicious pasta? Now is your chance to learn from the best!

Asellina Pasta Making ClassChef de Cuisine Andrea Montobbio of Cucina Asellina is offering a five-week series of hands-on pasta making classes at the modern Midtown Italian restaurant. During the two-hour class on Wednesday nights Chef Montobbio will provide an introduction to the process, tools and techniques to make handmade pasta.

Starting from scratch with flour, semolina and eggs, guests will learn how to create favorites like spaghetti, fettuccine, ravioli, tagliatelle and gnocchi. It’ll be the most fun you’ll have while getting messy! (Don’t worry, aprons are provided.)

Asellina PastaThe evening includes Italian wines and a three-course meal prepared by Chef Montobbio featuring the pasta created during the class.

The classes kick off on Wednesday, November 13th at 7pm. Each class is limited to eight people, and reservations are necessary. Attendance is $75 per person, or $600 for all eight spots. It’s perfect for a date night or a girls’ or guys’ night out.

Upcoming Wednesday classes and featured pastas include:

November 13th at 7pm — Egg Pasta and Tagliatelle
November 20th at 7pm — Spaghetti and Fettuccine
December 4th at 7pm — Ravioli and Stuffed Pasta
December 11th at 7pm — Potato Gnocchi and Flavored Gnocchi
December 18th at 7pm — Garganelli Bow Tie Pasta and Orecchiette

To reserve your spot call Cucina Asellina at (404) 793-0141. For more information on the restaurant visit www.asellina.com.

Pasta Making Classes at Cucina Asellina, Wednesdays starting on November 13th. 1075 Peachtree Street, Atlanta 30309.

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