Learn How to Make Pasta Like a Pro With ‘Pasta Boy Peter’ on June 24

Local cook, pasta aficionado, actor and personality Peter Ciuffa is teaching two Italian cooking classes on Sunday, June 24th at the Kitsilano Community Centre. If learning how to make authentic Italian dishes as convincingly as “an Italian Mamma” sounds like something you’re into, then you’ll definitely want to join in on one (or both) of the classes on June 24th. The two 2.5 hour sessions – where you can learn to make Roman Pizza or Orecchietti and Cavatelli pastas entirely by hand (no pasta maker required) – ring in at $95 each. The cost includes all of the ingredients, the finished product and an impressive skillset to boot. A fair deal.

These are Peter’s last workshops before he takes a break for the summer, so don’t mull it over too long and risk months of regret. Register online here.

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