In Italy, it wouldn’t be Christmas without fresh pasta and panettone.
Passatelli and Tortellini in Emilia Romagna, Trofie in Liguria, Agnolotti in Piedmont... every region has its own star of the dinner table.
Panettone is the typical festive dessert; it is originally from Milan, but these days it’s enjoyed all over Italy.
Every family has its own version of Panettone, as there are many different variations in its preparation, and which creams you choose to serve it with. You can let your imagination run free and discover the stories and behind your host family’s traditions.
Learn how to roll fresh pasta by hand and prepare two different kinds of pasta from scratch.
Then, it’s time to serve your Panettone! Learn the special recipe of your Cesarina for their chosen filling.
After the lesson, have a delightful lunch or dinner, where you'll taste the fruits of your labor accompanied by local wines and selected beverages.