A Culinary Tour of Italy.... including a Mini Wine-Making Workshop
We’re headin’ out to the romantic country of Italy with tonight’s tour guide, longtime CCKC instructor, and our resident world traveler, Bruce Campbell. Bruce is excited to share some of the fantastic cuisine that he experienced on his past travels around this gorgeous country.
We’ll start our culinary journey in Florence, as Bruce teaches you how to prepare a beautiful White Bean Bruschetta appetizer. Then, you’ll move on to Genoa, where you’ll learn culinary techniques like how to use a mortar & pestle to create a classic Genoa pesto (betcha didn’t know that pesto sauce was born in Genoa... now you know), along with a fresh eggless pasta-making lesson.
Next, we’ll move south to Capri where you’ll enjoy a classic regional dish, Scallops ala Caprese, cooked on a Piastra. What’s that? You’ll have to sign up for this class to find out! We’ll end our cooking adventure as Bruce shows you how to make Grandpa Rossi’s Pizzelle (a/k/a Italian cookies).
We know that all of this traveling will make you thirsty, so you’ll get to quench your thirst, as you become Tuscan winemakers and blend your own Chianti-style wine to enjoy with your authentic Italian feast. Wow! You’ll end your evening by feasting on the great Italian food you helped prepare. Mangia!
Participation Class | Dinner
Thu 8/20/20 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine, with additional beverages available at a nominal cost.
NOTE: For Onsite Classes,when you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated. We will be arranging our classrooms to allow for social distancing. In order to comply with governmental orders and for the protection of our guests and staff, we ask that you wear a mask when here at The Culinary Center of Kansas City. If you are planning to sit next to someone else attending the class, we would suggest arriving at least 20 minutes prior to the start time of the class so that we can address that request. Both students would need to be comfortable with the request to be seated together. Thank you!
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