Cooking Class - Winter Flavors From Italy

Handcraft flavorful Italian dishes using winter ingredients.

Warm up with the comforting flavors of Tuscany in this engaging cooking class. A chef instructor will show you how to stuff a pork tenderloin with kale and savory pancetta. Then, learn how to sear it for a hearty main dish. Craft a creamy pumpkin risotto flavored with Parmesan and fried sage. Chop apples and fennel for a side salad topped with hazelnuts. Finish the meal with almond orange cookies and a cup of espresso.

Tea, coffee and water will be provided. Guests are welcome to bring non-alcoholic beverages.

This class is suitable for ages 14+ with an adult present. Children under 17 must be accompanied by a paying adult. Class price is per person.

  • Minimum Guests 1
  • Maximum Guests 16
  • Meal Courses 4
  • Event Duration 2-2.5 hours
  • Labels Baking, Gourmet, Group, Holiday, Italian

Reviews guests left for other experiences with Chef Peter or Resident Chef



29 Feb 2024

Not quite as expected, including no Chef Peter. While the evening was fun and we learned some things, the Chef and the kitchen were disorganized with recipes, equipment, etc.



18 Feb 2024

Class was canceled without notice. Was told after we arrived that all participants had been notified and refunded but that was definitely not the case.



17 Feb 2024

It was fun and informative

Meet your chef

Chef Peter's culinary journey may have begun in Northern California, but it's taken him around the U.S., with stops in D.C. and Nantucket. He honed his talent in well-regarded eateries, eventually rising to the level of executive chef. His restaurant experience includes a stint at the Watergate Hotel. Now happily settled in Seattle, Chef Peter is often found sharing his skills in cooking classes and with local and national nonprofits.

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Flexible booking: Cancel or reschedule this event's reservation for free up to 48 hours before the event.
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