Thursday, December 1st, 2005
6:30 - 9:30 pm
Sally Maraventano studied Italian language and culture at
Georgetown University’s School of Languages and Linguistics
and the University of Florence, Italy. She is the founder
of Cucina Casalinga, since 1981, a regional Italian cooking
school based in Wilton, Connecticut.
Recipes and Wines from "the Green Heart of Italy"
- Salami assortiti- a selection of Umbrian cured meats including
capocollo, coppa and prosciutto and Pecorino cheese, Lenticchie
di castelluccio con salsicce - lentil stew with sausage, Colombacci
in salmi -spit or oven roasted game hens marinated in fresh
herbs and wine, Serpentone delle monache - "snake cake"
filled with figs, raisins, almonds, walnuts and apples,
Monini Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Umbria, Lungarotti
and Orvieto wines and Perugina chocolates. $125
Take a look at the offerings on the Class Page and sign up
Don't miss this opportunity, join today at: www.cucinacasalinga.com
Holiday Open House
Wednesday, December 14
11:00 - 6:00 pm
Stop by and join Cucina Casalinga for some pre-holiday cheer,
sample some of Sally's favorite recipes and get your last
minute shopping done to boot! Friends and family will love
to receive gift certificates to cooking classes, autographed
copies of Festa del Giardino, a vegetable cookbook by Sally
Maraventano, hand-beaded wine charms, Cucina Casalinga aprons
in red, blue, and green, Sally's favorite olive oils,
Italian ceramic stoppers and dipping dishes, and holiday panetones.