Tuesday, May 21, 2013

MONTHLY COURSE IN JUNE

THE MONTHLY COURSE ITALIAN CUISINE THROUGH TIME AND SPACE WILL TAKE PLACE IN UNE WITH THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE:




        SYLLABUS


Lesson 1 – June 3rd   – 9:30/13:00
PASTA 1 : DRY AND FRESH PASTA. Different flours. Basic recipes of simple pasta with semolina (tagliatelle, tagliolini, taglierini garganelli, orecchiette emiliane, sfrappole); pasta with mixtures of 00 flour and semolina; orecchiette pugliesi .

Lesson 2 – June 4th  9:30/13:00

BASIC PREPARATIONS  The pre-preparation in the kitchen: broths, stocks, consommè and bisque. Lecture: Sauces and stocks: tradition and innovation
Lecture: How many tomato sauces exist?

Lesson 3 – June 5th -  9:30/13:00
MEAT 1 : traditional searing and roasting and low cooking. Traditional nonna’s style low cooking and post modern rare-ness. Recipes: Abbacchio alla Romana; Pullus fusillis; Vitellina fricta.

Lesson 4 – June 6th  – 9:30/13:00
PASTA 2 : STUFFED PASTA. Ravioli, tortellini, agnolotti, raviolo spiegato. Folding of pasta, stuffing, presentation from traditional to modern style.  Ravioli stuffed with broth gelatine.

Lesson 5 – June 7th – 9:30 / 13:00
FISH 1 :  Practise: how to fillet the fish. Recipes:  Raw fish, Tuna fish Sicilian style; Sword fish with citrus sauce and celery soufflé; Sea bream with artichokes;   Molluscs  soup.

Lesson 6 – June 10th   – 9:30/13:00
PASTA 3 : PASTA MADE WITH DIFFERENT FLOURS. The use of buck wheat, hazelnut, beans purees, kamut, Recipes: traditional Pasta and fagioli; Marcella’s Pasta and Fagioli; Pizzoccheri della Valtellina, Hazelnut tagliatelle with mushrroms

  Lesson 7 – June 11th  9:30/13:00

  VEGETABLE 1 : the vegetables on the Italian table. Seasonality and nutritional value.

Recipes: Classic Melanzane alla Parmigiana and modern variations; Burrata salad; Eggplant mousse in chocolate bomb;  Minestrone.; delicate lentils soup.

Lesson 8 – June 12th  – 9:30/13:00
FISH 2 - PRESERVED COD FISH, Baccalà and Stoccafisso, from traditional recipes to foams. Anchovies and sardines: from Roman Garum to modern finger foods.

  Lesson 9 – June 13th   – 9:30/13:00

PASTA 4 : COLOURED PASTA, with vegetables.  Recipes: Green handkerchiefs with asparagus and scampis; Black taglioni with white squid; Coffee tagliatelle with artichokes; Red tagliolini with zucchini and smoked cheese. Pasta with soy lecitine.

      Lesson 10 – June 14th   – 9:30/13:00

GNOCCHI : Recipes: potato gnocchi ; fuchsia with beet roos; chestnut gnocchi. Spinach dumplings; Parisienne.

    Lesson 11 – June 17th  – 9:30/13:00

DESSERT 1 :  traditional Cantuccini and variation on it. Lecitine cookies and caramelised figs. Savillum and other combinations of cheese and honey

   Lesson 12 – June 18th  – 9:30/13:00

          VEGETABLES 2 :  More cold sauces - dips; Dry pasta with vegetables – Artichoke flan; Fried zucchini blossoms. Lesson 13 – June 19th   – 9:30/13:00

MEAT 2 : low cooking - confit, game. Recipes: Carne ‘ncartata.; Hare with blueberries and chestnuts. Wild boar , Salmì and Civet.

Lesson 14 – June 20th   – 9:30/13:00
Lecture : the words in the kitchen
OFFALS : chicken liver ; tripe, pork liver, brains. Pan brioche: making bread


  Lesson 15 – June 21st  – 9:30/13:0
ICE CREAM  :The technique. Sorbets. Parmigiano ice cream for appetizer


Lesson 16 – June 24th   9:30/13:00

SWEET AND SOUR TRADITION 1 : Caponata, Pork with liquorice.

Tale:Tuscany meets Maine 2 (Lobster with blueberries) 


Lesson 17 – June 25th  9:30/13:00
AN ITALIAN TYPICAL MENU.   
Preparation of a feast Italian meal with four courses: Ravioli with cheese and pears; Ida’s veal rolls; Peas Florentine style; Glazed fruit.

 Lesson 18 – June 26th  – 9:30/13:00

DESSERT 2 :  Chocolate.Two versions of salted chocolate mousse; Chocolate mousse, raspberry garnish.

    Lesson 19 – June 27th   – 9:30/13:00

SWEET AND SOUR TRADITION 2: Renaissance duck in orange sauce with variations; stuffed pigeon; Guinea fowl with grapes. Sarde in saor.

Lesson 20 – June 28th   – 9:30/13:00

Finger food

Class open to students’ ideas and requests.
Finger food

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