Italian cooking. Carbonara, Amatriciana, Cacio e Pepe and ..
What you'll learn
- Cooking pasta is easier if you have a friend to explain it to you!
- They will learn to cook Amatriciana, Cacio e Pepe, Gricia and Carbonara.
- To make the best tiramisu ever eaten...
- Cucina italiana
- Italian cooking
- Would you like to put yourself to the test and see if you can surprise your friends?
Cooking typical Roman dishes exactly as my grandmother taught me over 40 years ago. With the right ingredients, you'll see how easy it is to impress your friends or prepare a dinner for the one you love. Because the main ingredient is up to you. It's called Love. I will explain to you in simple words, but above all in clear movements, the dishes with which we have opened more than 25 restaurants in our lifetime to date.
Amatriciana, Cacio e Pepe, Gricia and finally his majesty the Carbonara !
And finally a bonus, I'll tell you how we make tiramisu at Zero Sei, our finest dessert, which you should know is not Roman, but Veneto, a region in the North East of our wonderful country.
Each recipe lasts just long enough to boil the water and cook the pasta.
In 15 minutes you can put a plate of pasta on the table and say to your guests: "Fausto taught me this way! “
And if it doesn't come out right the first time, try again and again. Remember that it doesn't have to be a dish to be photographed, it has to be good!
Courage, take the pot, put the water in and turn on the heat!
I'll take you to Rome....
Who this course is for:
- Chi ama cucinare ma sopratutto chi ama la cucina Italiana ma sopratutto la cucina Romana.
- Those who love cooking but especially those who love Italian cuisine but especially Roman cuisine.
Entrepreneur in catering.
54 years, I was born in Rome
We promote Roman cuisine and everything related to our city.
At the moment our group counts 8 pizzerias and restaurants in Malta, the first one is calle we are a solid reality composed of about 100 people who collaborate with us to carry on our project.
My passion for cooking comes from my grandmother, when I was 12 years old I made my first Carbonara. I never stopped ....
The first restaurant we opened in Malta, in the capital Valletta, is called Zero Sei Trattoria Romana. We have a sign saying: "We speak poor English but we cook a very good Carbonara " and it's true.
We have set up a company of considerable size, guests on an island where Maltese is the official language and English is spoken by everyone, without a word of English !
How did we manage it?
We speak poor English but we cook a very good Carbonara...
If you can cook a good pasta dish, the world is yours.