Rustic Pizza and Tart Making Class: Our professional Chefs will guide you through the process on how to make authentic and delicious rustic pizzas and tarts. From selecting the choice of flour through hydration and correct needing to assembling the best quality ingredients. Take away pizza will never be the same again The class is hands on and includes recipes, apron and will end with a meal of your own making and a glass of Vino.
Rustic Pizza and Tart Making Class
Learn to Make Rustic Pizzas and Savory Tarts: Our professional Chefs will guide you through the process on how to make authentic and delicious rustic pizzas and tarts. From selecting the choice of flour through hydration and correct needing to assembling the best quality ingredients.
Take away pizza will never be the same again, the class is hands on and includes recipes, apron and will end with a meal of your own making and a glass of Vino.
Italians take their food very seriously, and before you start cooking, you must understand some pizza basics. Pizza Margherita got its name from Italy’s Queen Margherita, who in the late 19th century in Naples was served a pizza resembling the Italian flag – red tomatoes, white mozzarella and green basil. The beloved Italian pizza as we know it today was born.
Today, Italians make variety of pizzas from different regions. While toppings and cheeses may vary from region to region, the culinary rule of using fresh, local ingredients remains the same throughout the country. This cooking class will give you the opportunity to create and bake your own Italian pizza.
This is an immersive, hands-on cooking class. You will be on your feet cooking most of the time so please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes.
Pizza and Tart Assemblage
- Heirloom Tomato, Garlic and Pancetta Tart
- Goat Cheese and Green Onion Pizza
- O’Hanna Farm Sausage, Sundried Tomato and Basil Pesto Pizza
- Caramelized Onion and Olive Tart
- Pizza Margherita – Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Basil
What’s Included: Each Artisan Pizza Cooking Class starts at 3:00pm and should end about 6:30pm. Cost starts at $75 per person, per class for lodging guests ($90 per class for non-lodging guests) and includes recipes, sources for ingredients, keepsake Beechwood Inn apron, steaming bowl of your homemade pasta, salad, and glass of wine. For cooking classes we include a 20% gratuity in addition to the class to facilitate private table service of your dinner creation. Please let us know in advance of any dietary restrictions. Take both the ravioli class and the next day take the Pasta class and the cost for both classes starts at $125.00. for lodging guests. Minimum two people per class.
Cancellation Policy: Prepayment is required to reserve a class space. Students who cancel their reservations 7 days prior to the scheduled class will receive a full refund, less a small processing fee. No-shows and cancellations made less than 7 days before the class will not receive a refund. If you have questions about the cancellation policy or need to cancel a reservation, please contact the Inn at (706) 782-5485.
The day of your Class: Please arrive at least 15 minutes before class time. Wear comfortable closed toe shoes and leave your jewelry at home. Our chefs reserve the right to make menu/ingredient substitutions based on what might be fresh and seasonally available.
Beechwood Inn Chefs David and Gayle Darugh are both Best Chefs America