Cooking Classes at Tuscan Market in Salem, NH

Learn from the pros at Tuscan Market in 2017.




 

If you’re looking for a last-minute holiday gift for someone who loves to cook, or have “learn to cook” on your list of resolutions for 2017, check out the just-announced schedule of classes at La Scuola Culinaria, the cooking school at Tuscan Market in Salem, NH. These immersive cooking classes pair students up with one of Tuscan’s talented chefs for a night of artisan Italian cooking, eating & drinking. Tickets can be purchased online here

 

Risotto

Don’t be vexed by this laborious Italian rice dish! Learn the patient art of traditional risotto while enjoying prosecco & antipasti, followed by a three-course dinner. 

January 10, 2017 at 6pm 

$90/person

 

Cappellacci

Learn how to replicate one of Tuscan Kitchen & Market’s most beloved dishes – the butternut squash cappellacci. There is an art to shaping these special filled pastas, so pay attention! Class is accompanied by antipasti & prosecco.

January 24, 2017 at 6pm

$55/person

 

Pizza 

While nibbling on antipasti and sipping on imported Italian prosecco, learn what goes into Tuscan’s perfect Neapolitan-style pizza and see how you can recreate the dough and finished result at home!

February 7, 2017 (two classes of 10pp; 5:30pm and 7:30pm)

$55/person

 

Gnocchi

Shape, size, consistency, flavor – so much goes into creating the perfect gnocchi. Become an expert during the gnocchi class, which is paired with antipasti & prosecco. 

February 21, 2017 at 6pm

$55/person

 

La Sculo Culinaria at Tuscan Market

63 Main Street, Salem NH 03079

www.tuscanbrands.com/Market/Salem/

 

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