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Truffle Gnocchi with Master Chef Pasquale Cozzolino from Ribalta NYC

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Truffle Gnocchi with Master Chef Pasquale Cozzolino from Ribalta NYC
$135.00
Take a tasteful break! Join the Urbani team & Chef Pasquale Cozzolino on a gnocchi journey: learn how to make authentic Italian gnocchi from scratch .
Enjoy our hands-on class experience by cooking and tasting your truffle creation with your friends!
Dishes paired with some incredible Italian wines.

Born and raise in Italy chef Cozzolino grew up with the passion for culinary arts. Cooking from the age of 15, after his studies in Italy, he continued his career as an executive chef with important singers and celebrities all over the world and he is now the owner of Ribalta restaurant in NYC and Atlanta.
New YorkApr 8, 201712:00 PM - 2:00 PM Please note our Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Payment in full is required at the time of registration. No refunds are offered on classes and events.
  • A minimum of 5 days’ notice is required in order to receive a credit for a future class or event.
  • Occasionally, we will have to reschedule or cancel a class. In these situations, we will contact you directly at the phone number or email address you have provided to offer a full refund.
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Take a tasteful break! Join the Urbani team & Chef Pasquale Cozzolino on a gnocchi journey: learn how to make authentic Italian gnocchi from scratch . Enjoy our hands-on class experience by cooking and tasting your truffle creation with your friends! Dishes paired with some incredible Italian wines.Born and raise in Italy chef Cozzolino grew up with the passion for culinary arts. Cooking from the age of 15, after his studies in Italy, he continued his career as an executive chef with important singers and celebrities all over the world and he is now the owner of Ribalta restaurant in NYC and Atlanta.
Location
10 West End Ave New York, NY 10023
trufflelab@urbani.com
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