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Tag Archives: Fresh Pasta

Experience Series: Pillow Fight!

March 30, 2019 | Gary Mulkins

Date & Time: March 30, 2019 @ 5:30pm Location: Luca Experience:  Enjoy a 5-course Stuffed Pasta tasting menu, complete with house red and white wine! Ticket includes 5 course dinner along with house red & white wine, tax and gratuity. All sales are final.  Tickets are transferable. Get tickets here! 
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Fresh Pasta Class

April 29, 2017 | Frank Bonanno

Join us for an intimate opportunity to learn from Chef Brandon Tucker as he prepares fresh pasta- a Luca signature! The evening is complete with a 3 course dinner with beer & wine pairings. Class starts at 3:30pm with dinner to follow at 5pm. Class price is $125 and includes gratuity. Click here to purchase tickets!
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Giorgio Felicin and the Art of Simplicity

December 10, 2015 | Frank Bonanno

The best compliment I can pay a dish is to call it simple. Simplicity is so. Beautiful. In 1999 I had a life-changing, career-changing stage at Felicin & Sons in Alba. My three months there taught me, among other things,  the Beauty of Simplicity. There were no “stations” in the Felicin kitchen; all the cooks
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Harvest Ravioletta with Brown Butter

August 29, 2009 | Frank Bonanno

When I’m making dinner for a group, I always include a pasta course–the simpler the better (4 ingredients or so)–and it seems there’s always something fresh to pull it off–tarragon, arugula, chives . . . Right now I have a bounty of perfectly ripe, juicy tomatoes from my home garden (golden cherries) plus a beautiful,
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