Sunday, February 18th, 4:00pm
Hosted by author Domenica Marchetti and featuring recipes from her most recent cookbook, Everyday Italian
$175 per person, price includes the demonstration, dinner, wine pairings, and a copy of Everyday Italian cookbook
We are excited to announce that our cooking demonstrations have returned! In the months of January, February, and March, Chef Lou will be hosting one cooking demonstration per month featuring recipes from some of his favorite cookbooks. Each class will follow the same format as before the pandemic, a cooking demonstration in our dining room followed by dinner with wine pairings.
Call to reserve for one, two, or all three classes, 540-253-5501. Or give the gift of our cooking demonstrations by purchasing a gift certificate. Perfect for the avid cook, the avid eater, or Italophile! Other classes to take place on Sunday, March 3rd.
About the Author and Host
Domenica Marchetti is the author of eight books on Italian home cooking, including The Glorious Pasta of Italy; Preserving Italy: Canning, Curing, Infusing, and Bottling Italian Flavors and Traditions; and, most recently, Williams-Sonoma Everyday Italian. She is a former newspaper reporter whose articles and recipes have appeared in The Washington Post, Eating Well, Fine Cooking, Food and Wine, and other publications. She is a professional recipe developer and cooking class instructor, and she leads occasional culinary tours and workshops in Italy. She also writes the popular weekly Substack recipe newsletter Buona Domenica, about Italian home cooking.
Domenica grew up in New Jersey, but her roots are 100% Italian. Her mother, Gabriella, was from Chieti, in Abruzzo, and, growing up, she spent her summers in Rome and on Abruzzo’s Adriatic Coast. She travels to Italy often for work and inspiration, and lives part-time in Penne.