Easter means sacrifice (lamb) and rebirth (egg) and these 2 symbols appear on the table decorations and on the food shapes. So sugar lambs and chocolate eggs are the most common gifts to give the children.
In Italy Easter is celebrated along 2 days (on Sunday and on Monday) in different ways:
So this class is aimed to cook a part of the food we'll eat on the Easter brunch since I will offer even something more that's typical and that's not possible to cook last minute.
I'm a sommelier so with joy I'll pair every course to a different wine.
At the end of brunch, I will serve my homemade Limoncello, a digestive (we'll need).
I have 3 cats in my flat, so pay attention in case you are allergic!
We'll cook the following dishes from scratch:
Other typical Easter food will be served including:
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My house is quite close to the Vatican City (3 metro stops from the Vatican Museums) and then to the center and is easy reachable taking metro A and getting off at Cornelia stop. Follow the indications inside the metro station first to Via Boccea and then to Via dei Monti di Creta. I'm 50 meters far from metro stop :) Go to the left side of the building, flat 3. Very simple :) Bell Name: Pantano Succi
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