It may take several trips to Italy to learn how to make all of the Italian pasta shapes, but you have to start somewhere! With this list you can check out some of our favorite pasta making classes available in Tuscany, master a few of your favorites, and take those skills home to recreate for your friends and family.
1. Corzetti Pasta Shapes & Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Tasting
Sip a warm cup of Italian coffee as you learn about these traditional Corzetti pasta shapes, then get ready to make your own! Take advantage of seasonal ingredients to create an unforgettable meal paired with wine and balsamic vinegar tasting and of course, dessert!
2. Cook in Chianti with a Foodblogger
Spend an afternoon in the home of an Italian food blogger where you will make an amazing vegetarian (or vegan) meal. Discover the ways that Italian cooking can be light, healthy, and wonderfully flavorful! You will make gnocchi, ravioli, lasagna, and pesto from scratch!
3. Fresh Handmade Pici and Pasta in Montepulciano
Add another pasta shape to your repertoire of Italian dishes by learning the unique style of pici pasta. Learn the history and technique to kneading and shaping this traditional dough. Sit down to savor your masterpiece with a special homemade sauce!
4. Cooking Class at a Farmhouse in Tuscany
Meet in the local marketplace to pick out the best seasonal ingredients for the day’s culinary adventure. Next, head out to the farmhouse in the countryside where you will use fresh laid eggs to make pasta by hand! Harvest fragrant herbs and vine ripe tomatoes from the garden for your recipes and enjoy a glass of Chianti wine during this Tuscan cooking adventure!
5. Learn How To Prepare Italy's Finest Pasta with a Professional Chef
Heritage and tradition are two things you will take away from this fun and relaxed pasta making class in Florence. Alongside a friendly professional chef and using traditional tools you will make long, short, and filled pasta varieties. Take home classic recipes for lemon and ricotta filled ravioli and garganelli with Sicilian pesto!