Have you ever thought to learn the secrets of the Italian homemade pasta? And to do it with an Italian grandmother?
It can happen at Corte Roeli Framhouse, where nonna Giorgia teaches people how to make pasta with rolling pin. She shares her life and knowledge while making the dough…a wonderful experience!
Roberto and Elisabetta, the owners, are sweet people , always smiling .
Nonna Giorgia works in the kitchen for preparing exquisite dishes for the restaurant . Often there are cooking classes in the farmhouse and she teaches how to make the dough and how to use the rolling pin for having a good “sfoglia” (the dough worked very thin for making pasta) .
She does it at the same way her mother thought to her in the traditional Bolognese way.
Nonna Giorgia doesn’t speak English so Elisabetta translate for her , but there is no need because with her hands and movement she can explain everything!
One of the typical pasta of Bologna is tortelloni filled with ricotta cheese and Parmigiano Reggiano.
It’s very funny learning how to make them !