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Saturday, January 15 | 11:00 am - 2:30 pm$200.00
On Julie’s travels through Italy she was thrilled to attend many cooking classes and learn the true heart of Italian cuisine – the respect that is shown to beautiful simple ingredients and the love with which the food is prepared and shared.
In this class you will learn to make feather-light gnocchi, amazing pasta and all the accompaniments and antipasti that make up a true Italian feast.
At the conclusion of the class you will share the sumptuous feast you have created with a glass of wine. You will take home all the recipes so you can recreate the Italian goodness at home.
Length: 3-4 hours
Type: Hands-on cooking, then enjoy the deliciousness
Cost: $200 / ticket (book at the bottom of this page)
Please note, this class is not suitable for Coeliacs, Gluten Free or Dairy Free dietary requirements or egg allergy restrictions
Please advise of any dietary requirements or allergies at the time of booking. Please understand we will do our best to accommodate where we can. If you would like to discuss, please contact us – 02 4337 0777 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note | adult classes are not suitable for infants or children of any age, with the exception of a child aged 13+ years that not only holds a ticket to the class but is also accompanied by a ticket holding adult.
Parking: We are unable to offer direct onsite parking. However there is plenty of untimed parking available on Dwyer Street (a short stroll from julie’s place).
Note | Parking: Unfortunately we are unable to offer direct onsite parking at 370 Mann St.
However there is plenty of parking available on nearby Dwyer Street. This is untimed parking and only a short stroll from julie’s place.
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