Virtual Cooking Class

Classic Lasagna (Fridays)

$59
$100
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Classic Lasagna (Fridays)

Sale price Price $59.00 Regular price $100.00 Unit price  per 

Every class provides a meal to a child in need. One Class, One Meal.

What to expect...

In this 2-hour experience, you’ll join us in our home of Palombara Sabina — a small town outside of Rome. We’ll share family traditions, stories, and create a delicious meal together using recipes passed down through generations. See below for our favorite wine pairing suggestion, should you be so inclined!  

    Class Description and Details for Classic Lasagna
    In this class, we will teach you how to make the ultimate comfort food: lasagna. Together we'll make the fresh pasta and create the rich fillings for each layer of this savory, satisfying meal.

    Find everything you need to know about class here!

    What happens after you book your class?

    1. Review the shopping list of ingredients below to buy before the class.
    2. We've included a link to our Amazon store front for any cooking utensils you may need to cook with. Not to worry- we keep it simple, you probably already have all the things you need in your kitchen! 
    3. On the day of your class you'll receive a calendar invitation in your email with a Zoom link, about 50 minutes before the class starts.

    Ingredients for two people:

    • 1 cup/200 grams of “00” grade flour or all-purpose flour
    • 2 eggs (organic preferred)
    • 1 cup/200 grams of ground meat — 50/50 mix of pork and beef
    • ¼ red or white onion
    • 1 stalk of celery
    • 1 carrot
    • 1 can of Passata (ideally made from San Marzano tomatoes or any Italian brand)
    • 3 tbsp parmigiano cheese
    • 1 glass of milk, any kind
    • Extra virgin olive oil
    • Salt
    • 8 oz of fresh mozzarella

    Utensils:

    • 1 large wooden cutting board (or a clean countertop or table)
    • 1 wood rolling pin (pasta rolling machine optional)
    • 1 large cutting knife or a bread knife with a smooth edge
    • 1 fork
    • 1 large pot
    • 1 medium pot
    • 1 strainer
    • 1 wooden spoon
    • 1 medium baking tray, any material
    • Oven!

    Prep before the class:

    Peel your fourth of an onion and the carrot. Cut the onion, carrot, and celery into small pieces and blend them in a food processor. We need tiny pieces of our “odori” (vegetables).

    Need to purchase any utensils?  Shop our store

    Last, but definitely not least- bring an empty stomach and listen to our playlist!

    Suggested Wine Pairing: Primitivo di Manduria

    Classic Lasagna (Fridays)
    Classic Lasagna (Fridays)
    Classic Lasagna (Fridays)
    Classic Lasagna (Fridays)
    Classic Lasagna (Fridays)
    Classic Lasagna (Fridays)

    Every class provides a meal to a child in need. One Class, One Meal.

    What to expect...

    In this 2-hour experience, you’ll join us in our home of Palombara Sabina — a small town outside of Rome. We’ll share family traditions, stories, and create a delicious meal together using recipes passed down through generations. See below for our favorite wine pairing suggestion, should you be so inclined!  

      Class Description and Details for Classic Lasagna
      In this class, we will teach you how to make the ultimate comfort food: lasagna. Together we'll make the fresh pasta and create the rich fillings for each layer of this savory, satisfying meal.

      Find everything you need to know about class here!

      What happens after you book your class?

      1. Review the shopping list of ingredients below to buy before the class.
      2. We've included a link to our Amazon store front for any cooking utensils you may need to cook with. Not to worry- we keep it simple, you probably already have all the things you need in your kitchen! 
      3. On the day of your class you'll receive a calendar invitation in your email with a Zoom link, about 50 minutes before the class starts.

      Ingredients for two people:

      • 1 cup/200 grams of “00” grade flour or all-purpose flour
      • 2 eggs (organic preferred)
      • 1 cup/200 grams of ground meat — 50/50 mix of pork and beef
      • ¼ red or white onion
      • 1 stalk of celery
      • 1 carrot
      • 1 can of Passata (ideally made from San Marzano tomatoes or any Italian brand)
      • 3 tbsp parmigiano cheese
      • 1 glass of milk, any kind
      • Extra virgin olive oil
      • Salt
      • 8 oz of fresh mozzarella

      Utensils:

      • 1 large wooden cutting board (or a clean countertop or table)
      • 1 wood rolling pin (pasta rolling machine optional)
      • 1 large cutting knife or a bread knife with a smooth edge
      • 1 fork
      • 1 large pot
      • 1 medium pot
      • 1 strainer
      • 1 wooden spoon
      • 1 medium baking tray, any material
      • Oven!

      Prep before the class:

      Peel your fourth of an onion and the carrot. Cut the onion, carrot, and celery into small pieces and blend them in a food processor. We need tiny pieces of our “odori” (vegetables).

      Need to purchase any utensils?  Shop our store

      Last, but definitely not least- bring an empty stomach and listen to our playlist!

      Suggested Wine Pairing: Primitivo di Manduria