The new Sale&Pepe Cookery School has opened in the heart of Milan and will be a point of reference for those who love food and looking for refined and authoritative gastronomic ideas. Sale&Pepe offers a unique experience, able to reach an increasingly large and varied audience of cooking enthusiasts through the magazine, with themed special issues, the Salepepe.it food portal, events, on mobile, an app, on social networks, and, from today, a range of new courses for those who want to try out their talent in the kitchen (#talentoincucina).
Courses and other initiatives will start this month in Milan dedicates to the art of cooking and created by the Sale&Pepe cookery school inside the exclusive location of Ca’puccino in Piazza Diaz 5.
“The Sale&Pepe Cookery School is the result of the experience gained by the magazine in almost 30 years, and expanding the offer available in the channels where the brand is already present,” declared Laura Maragliano, the editor of Sale&Pepe. “The new school will be a place where our advice can be put into practice: a meeting place, with loads of ideas aimed also at an international audience, to give expression to you passion,” Maragliano concluded.
On Monday 11 May, from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm, the Cookery School has organised an open day with free show-cooking open to the public, and to get to know the chefs and visit the new school: a place where tastes meet, talents can express themselves and a passion for cooking take shape.
The Cookery School courses
Thanks to a wide range of courses for adults and children, with menus for all occasions, also suitable for vegetarians and intolerances, it will be possible to learn new recipes and try to create dishes under the guidance of professional chefs.
Courses for adults, single-issue or over a series of lessons, offer lessons dedicated to the tastiest culinary themes, an all-round exploration of the recipes, techniques and tricks of real chefs, from “Street food at home” to “Around the World in the kitchen”. Among this year’s innovations are lessons in English aimed at foreign tourists visiting Milan who want to get to know and prepare the dishes that have made Italian cuisine famous around the world in all its culinary excellence, from pasta to pizza.
Each lesson foresees a final tasting of the dishes along with with a selection of Italian wines, and a free kit that includes an apron, recipe book and the school diary.
Courses for children are designed to encourage children to express their creativity through the tasting and handling of ingredients, stimulating their imagination with real games of taste. For adults who want to work with their children, the school offers duo courses, such as “Our picnic” and “Time for a snack”. And for children aged between 12 to 17 there are also lessons dedicated to the foods most popular with teenagers, from tortillas to pancakes.
For full information about courses and enrolment go to www.scuoladicucina.it.
A short walk from the Duomo, in a technological space with sophisticated design, and equipped with workstations for the active involvement of each participant, the Sale & Pepe Cookery School is an ideal location not only to organise activities connected with the world of cooking but also for private or corporate events.
Ca’puccino was opened in 2006 and based on an idea by Giacomo Moncalvo: to combine the best of Italian cuisine in a welcoming, comfortable and refinedenvironment, reflecting the quality and taste of Italian design. Today Ca’puccino has 11 locations in Italy and 6 in London, including the unique location inside Harrods department store and the new Terminal 2 at Heathrow. Ca’puccino Piazza Diaz, opening in late May, will be the second location in Milan.
Arclinea is a partner of the Sale&Pepe Cookery School for the kitchen furniture and Neff for large kitchen appliances. The official sponsors are: Philips, Saeco, Consorzio latterie Virgilio, Emilia Zaini, AD Chini, Ortoromi con Insal’arte, Sambonet.
The Sale&Pepe Cookery School
c/o Ca’puccino, lower ground floor
Piazza Armando Diaz 5, 20123 Milano (M1/M3 Duomo)
Open Monday-Friday: 10-12 / 4-6
Tel: 02 75 42 33 00