The gnocchi was actually much easier than I thought it would be. Using this little gnocchi board to add decorative lines in the gnocchi was fun too.
The tagliatelle is what took the longest. We mixed the ingredients, let it rest, kneaded it, then rolled it so thin that you could read something placed underneath it.
The tagliatelle was then folded, cut and set out to dry.
Our teacher served us our hand-made dishes at the end.
The tiramisu was amazing! And the teacher also gave us some limoncello made by her family using lemons from her family's land in southern Italy.
Here is our whole class. It was so much fun!
If you're interested in taking this class, I highly recommend it. Go to www.cookinmilano.com for class schedules.