Italy-trained Chef Chris Atwood has partnered with HH Artisan Kitchen to bring a taste of the Old Country — pinch by pinch — to hungry cooks in metro Atlanta. Chris learned to cook from Italian mothers and grandmothers. He now teaches hands-on cooking classes where guests savor a true taste of Italy.
Typically, Italian recipes don't need a thousand-and-one ingredients. Simplicity and seasonality rule the day — with fresh, local, and high-quality ingredients, not chef egos, driving what's for dinner.
"A pinch of this, a bit of that. Italian cooking has been passed down, hand-to-hand, for generations — whether it's finger-sealed pastas or slow-simmered sauces."
When it comes to how to cook authentic Italian dishes from scratch, traditional hands-on techniques can be hard to learn—especially when you don't live in Italy or have an Italian nonna (grandma) to call for cooking tips.
Explore photos from The Food Society's recent SEASONAL RAVIOLI cooking class—including eggplant bruschetta and blackberry spritz cocktails!
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