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Take a cooking class with our chefs

Get ready for a hands-on experience, or ‘mani in pasta!’ as we say in Italian.
Classes, taught by one of CABREO Restaurant’s Chefs, will be held at Borgo del Cabreo, just 500 meters from Pietra del Cabreo. Dinner will follow at CABREO Restaurant.

You will learn to prepare different types of fresh pastas to accompany seasonal sauces. To end this experience on a sweet note you will also prepare the most famous Italian dessert in the world.

The Cooking Class includes:
• Preparation of 3 first courses and 1 dessert
• 1 glass of Chardonnay or Chianti Classico during the class
• Dinner at CABREO Restaurant
• Printed recipes
• Apron
• Cost €180 pp (min 2 people

Payment in advance by credit card is required.
No refunds for cancellations within one week of the appointment.

Cooking Class
Homemade Pasta

500gr of semolina flour
18 yolks
1-2 whole eggs


• Make a fountain on the board, work the eggs with the semolina from the center outwards
• Once the dough is formed, leave it to rest for 20 minutes covered with plastic film
• Then start to make some leaves of fresh pasta, roll very gently and start to cut with a knife, sprinkle with semolina and prepare the typical nest per portion
• Boil for 5 minutes in salted water

Recipes of the day
Potato gnocchi with tomato sauce

Gnocchi are an ancient recipe dating back to the Renaissance. This typically Italian dish is known all over the world also for its curious shape and texture.

Recipes of the day
Ricotta and spinach ravioli with butter and sage

Who hasn’t at least once tasted this type of ravioli? The original recipe comes from Maremma, in southern Tuscany. A nice anecdote tells that in ancient times, Maremman brides were required to learn from their mother-in-laws all the secrets for making excellent ravioli. This will make sure that the future husbands would be properly fed!

Recipes of the day
Tagliatelle al pesto di basilica

The most famous recipe from Liguria was born in La Spezia, the city of herbs.
Dating back to the 19th century, legend has it that in a convent in San Basilio, one of the friars gathered the aromatic herb that grew on those hills, basil. Pounding it in a mortar with other simple ingredients he obtained the first pesto.

Recipes of the day

A recent recipe in the history of Italian cuisine which has very quickly become well known and appreciated worldwide. The name of the dessert, “tiramisù,” is said to have been adopted for its nutritional and restorative properties. Although, according to others the name is related to alleged aphrodisiac effects.

Sign up for the Cooking Class
Classes will take place Wednesdays 4pm-6pm and Saturdays 1.30pm – 3.30pm at Borgo del Cabreo (500m from Pietra del Cabreo).
To sign up, you can fill out the form below, or you can call +39 376 203 5714 for more information