Salute ei Dolci! Three Classic Italian Desserts & One Beautiful Italian Cocktail
The Italians have been baking delectable baked goods for many years, and every Italian neighborhood across the country has that special bakery that draws folks from all over town to buy cookies and desserts made from authentic Italian recipes.
You’re in luck tonight, because expert instructor Pastry Chef Natasha Goellner is in our kitchen to teach some of her favorite Italian delights. She’s an experienced professional and graduate of The French Culinary Institute, past owner of Mulberry & Mott and currently the Pastry Chef at The Antler Room....plus, her teaching style is lots of fun.
In this sweet class, she’ll focus on three classic Italian desserts - Panna Cotta, a rustic-style Polenta Cake and Anginetti (lemon cookies). Buonissima!
Get ready to learn, and practice, basic baking skills like creaming butter and sugar, proper measuring of dry, wet, and solid ingredients, how to best add eggs, baking pan sizes and materials, overall baking success tips, and more as you tie on an apron and work alongside Chef Natasha and help make some of tonight’s delicious morsels of magnifico goodness.
Did we mention that you’ll enjoy a classic Negroni cocktail, too? It’s true. (pssst….just ask Chef Natasha about well how it pairs perfectly with the desserts you’ll learn tonight, especially the lemon cookies.)
When it’s all over, you’ll leave with recipes…as well as the Panna Cotta that you made in class, to enjoy at home!
Participation Class | Tasting, Italian Cocktail & Take-Home Panna Cotta
Mon 8/30/21 6:30-9:30 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,please note that we are committed to providing the highest degree of safety for our guests including compliance with all applicable governmental orders. In this regard our protocols may change from day to day and we ask for your patience as we maneuver this not-so-delicious time. We have limited enrollment in our classes in order to provide for appropriate social distancing so it is important that you let us know at the time of registration whether you will be sitting next to someone else attending the class. You can note this in the “comments” section when you register online, or you can call us with this information at 913-341-4455. In this case, we will assume that you and the other person(s) are comfortable sitting next to each other. When you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!
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