Cartellate are a traditional Christmas culinary tradition in Puglia. These are strips of dough, rolled out paper-thin (this is where the name comes from: carta = paper). The strips are then arranged into elaborate rose-shaped pastries, which are then deep fried in oil. Drained, they are then drenched in vincotto, a cooked-down, wine-based syrup.
Learn the tricks and techniques to make i piatti della tradizione, using all authentic Italian ingredients and recipes passed down from one generation to another. Each class will last about two hours, during which you will taste the featured dish, and take home what you make along with a recipe to replicate it in your own kitchen.
Presented by Caterina Maurantonio Blanco.
Limited capacity. Must register in advance and prepay. Members $50, Non-Members $60.