Coronavirus Iso Tip: Learn To Make Pasta Online From a Real Italian Nonna

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Learn to make pasta online from an 84-year-old Italian Nonna.

Pasta has long been known as a comfort food – and no-one would judge you if you could do with a big bowl of comfort carbonara right about now.

Just because panic buying emptied the pasta aisle doesn’t mean you have to go without! You can now learn to make pasta online from a real Italian Nonna!

Nonna Nerina is holding online pasta making lessons, and you can sign up to learn authentic recipes handed down through the generations from her home outside Roma.

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We love this so much for so many reasons!

Learning to make pasta is on the bucket list

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Impress your friends and family post-iso with comfort carbs just like you always imagined you would!

Cooking is a life skill

I mean, feeding yourself is an important and delicious part of life. And once you’ve got the basics down, you’ll never look at the fridge in dismay again.

Pasta is life

We shouldn’t have to convince you how good pasta is…whether you prefer a creamy bowl of mac n cheese, or the reliable favourite – spag bol, or something a bit more bougie like a putanesca there’s nothing like the pasta baby feeling.

Good news out of Italy is a bit hard to come by

When this Nonna’s IRL classes couldn’t go ahead due to CV restrictions, the 84 year old and her Granddaughter got their classes online so they could keep going – what a show of spirit!

How does it work?

You can sign up to a class on her website nonnalive.com and you’ll be sent a list of ingredients and required utensils so you can be prepared to follow along at home.

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