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Cook Pasta Like a Roman with Abbie

Pour yourself a glass of vino and get ready to learn about all things pasta! Rome local Abbie will reveal the traditions behind Italy’s favorite food group and how to cook two authentic Roman pasta sauces.

NOTICE:This experience is available as a private experience exclusive for your group. Get in touch for pricing and availability!

What’s Included

  • Virtually travel to Rome and spend 1 to 1.5 hours with Abbie as she shares her passion for Roman cuisine.
  • Learn how to create two different styles of traditional Roman pasta, sure to impress at any dinner party.
  • Discover the ins and outs of Roman cuisine: what it is and what it isn’t, and how it differs from your existing ideas of Italian food.
  • Spend time with your family or friends in a unique and entertaining way – and bring your pasta-loving kids!
  • Receive the recipes for the tapas beforehand so you can cook along with Abbie at home—or simply sit back with a glass of wine to watch and learn, and put your newfound cooking knowledge to test at another time!
  • If you’d like this experience private for your family, friends or team, please contact us for pricing and information.

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Please note that the times available for this experience are in CET (Central European Time). To check the time in your local timezone check this timezone converter.

If you’re like most people, you probably love pasta.  But how much do you really know about it? In this 1 to 1.5-hour interactive cooking class, Abbie will teach you everything she’s learned from her Roman mother-in-law about the four traditional Roman pastas and the history of pasta in Italy. You’ll learn why spaghetti and meatballs are a big no-no for Italians and other insider tricks about the country’s favorite food group while making two authentic pasta sauces to enjoy at home. 

Using only a few easy-to-find ingredients, you’ll recreate two Roman classics: tomato-based amatriciana and decadent carbonara. Here is the list of groceries to buy and the recipes to review beforehand so you can cook along with the chef. You’ll have time to ask any questions you might have about Italian cuisine, pasta and your dishes during the class.

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After falling in love with the city (and a native Romano), Abbie moved to Rome and got a crash course in the Italian language, food and culture while living with her fiancé’s family, exploring the heart of Rome and doing plenty of research for her Rome based food and travel blog where she shares stories about her true passion in life – the Rome food, culture, and people.

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