Italy will celebrate the “Father of the Italian language” in 2021, marking the 700th anniversary of the death of the mediaeval poet and philosopher Dante Alighieri.
Please join us for this cycle of cultural and exiting classes.
Starting: Thursday, December 3 @ 6:00pm EST – Check in at 5:45 pm EST
Live Online Course -(Zoom Presentation)
By Anna Lanzani
Five-lesson course where you will discover the power of stories, recipes, and cities of Italy.
1 – Verona: “lo primo tuo refugio” and la “peará”
2 – Roma: at the Pope, in the tavern
3 – Mantova: a “tortelli” based tribute to Virgilio
4 – Bologna: university level…dining
5 – Lucca: Tuscany cuisine at its best
Zoom Live Class: 5 weekly sessions – 5 hours total – Cost $100.00 Members — $110.00 Non Members
Dates: December 3, 10, 17 – January 7, 14
In each lesson, with a path full of images and motivation, we will discover a city linked to the Sommo Poeta and we will study the medieval cuisine of the era, the authentic sources, the modern medieval festivals, the literary, historical and cultural context.
For each session, we will also provide a recipe that can be reproduced at home and a list of useful Italian phrases /words.
Anna LANZANI, is an Italian food scholar, with a strong background in humanities and over 15 years of experience in international food companies. Anna is an active member of the Accademia Italiana della Cucina and a food writer. She has lived, worked and studied in the US, UK, France, Japan, China, Australia, and Argentina.
A passionate entrepreneur and consultant, Anna teaches History of Italian Gastronomy at the University of Buenos Aires CUI, and contributes to international conferences.
Registration is required in advance. A minimum number of students is required to start the course.
No refunds when the course starts.
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