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This pasta making class was so much fun, and our chef was super helpful and nice. We were a pretty small group of 6 people, but it was fun to meet other tourists from around the world sharing the same passion for food as us. The guide was very thorough with the instructions of how to make the pasta, and would assist us if we needed help. I would absolutely recommend this cooking class to anyone who’s looking for a fun experience making some delicious food!
These two lovely ladies have created more than just a cooking class; they have created a comfortable and authentic environment where anyone can learn to make delicious Italian food. This Italian experience takes place in Katerina's home, which comfortably fit our class of 14. Katerina and the host (I forgot her name, sorry!) had everything ready upon arrival, clearly demonstrated instructions, and walked around to help and take photos (which they send you along with recipes via email). They set up the table for dinner after the pasta is done and the class sits down together for dinner which is paired with complimentary water, wine, bread, and limoncello to cleanse the palette at the end. This was hands down the best pasta I had in Italy. I took this class with my 22 year old and 13 year old and they both loved it as well! Highly recommend this class to anyone no matter the age or cooking experience.
This Tour/Cooking Class was the best thing we did in Rome!! The apartment of the chef was easy to get to by Taxi and OMG let me tell you about the class - So we started out by mixing the ingredients to make the meatballs and that was fun - they cook for about 40 minutes so in that time we started making the dough for the raviolis and it was a workout! once we got the dough rolled out we learned how to cut different types of pasta and then starting making the raviolis - the chef was very Italian so she had a translator with her the whole time. One they were done - they serves us the raviolis first and then the meat balls - they said its an American thing to do both at the same time. HA! And the wine we had was so good I bought 4 bottles of it at the super market the next day! The atmosphere was great, the people were great and the food was GREAT! Highly recommend doing this - they also took our email down to send us the recipes, although I never got it so make sure you write it down there! The best thing we did in Rome was this class!
My niece and I wanted to do something different when we visited Rome and so we decided to take a cooking class. It was an awesome experience, one that I would definitely do again. The only reason I cannot give this attraction a 5 star rating is because the chef promised to send a us a group picture and the recipes to make the homemade ravioli and meatball. I never received either.
This class was the highlight of our time spent in Rome. It was a small class and we all got along so well and shared many laughs. I considered myself a good cook going into this class and coming out, I felt embarrassed by some of the techniques I used to use making meatballs and sauce!! I felt like I learned so much and I am excited to cook with these new recipes and techniques.