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Valentine’s Italian Dinner *Online*

February 14 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Details

Date:
February 14
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://ccae.org/classes/offering/1979/valentines-italian-dinner-online

Venue

Cambridge Center for Adult Education
42 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

Organizer

Cambridge Center for Adult Education
Phone:
617 547 6789
Email:
info@ccae.org
Website:
https://ccae.org/classes
About

Cambridge Center for Adult Education

Love is in the air and no one can pull off a romantic meal like the Italians. In this class, we will prepare dishes to celebrate a sweet Valentine’s at home. We’ll make fennel, radicchio, and parmesan salad, chicken saltimbocca, roasted tomato and porcini risotto, and braised artichokes and peas with fresh basil. We’ll finish the class with amaretto chocolate truffles and a glass of Italian wine. We encourage you to cook along in this class. Don’t forget to have a glass of wine and some snacks if you plan to just watch and learn. The list of ingredients needed will be sent prior to the class along with the Zoom link. Tuition is per person.

INSTRUCTOR

Diane Manteca

Diane has been a professional chef for thirty three years, working in high end gourmet establishments, along with catering. She owned the Brickyard Café in Cambridge for 8 years, which was an eclectic and popular café style restaurant in the Fresh Pond area. Diane has co-authored a Zone cookbook on healthy eating and worked as a food consultant and developed recipes for a major specialty food company. Chef Diane has also cooked for fund raising events, and cookbook signings for culinary celebrities.

Diane owned Sassy River Sauces, a specialty food company, selling at Farmer’s Markets and major food establishments. She is now a personal chef with clients in metro west and the Boston area. Her teaching career spans 30 years, with Italian cooking as her specialty, along with Moroccan, African, Asian, Cuban and regional cooking from the United States. She travels to Italy often to learn regional Italian cooking and brings her knowledge back to teach her students.