Market to Table 2018 dates

Market to Table, the special series of appointments created by Rachel Roddy, Carla Tomasi and Alice Adams for visitors to Rome, is back for 2018 with more dates and a revised class structure.  The concept remains the same: we start at the market, mostly Testaccio, but other markets on occasion, where we fill bags and baskets with the best of the season.  We then walk back across the river to Trastevere and up to latteria studio where Carla awaits – with more produce from her garden in Ostia.

Making fresh pasta is much of the day, as well as trimming, cutting and prepping the vegetables and other morsels that will make up part of a very convivial shared lunch.

The dates for 2018 are listed below.  They will be available to book (with a deposit) three months out from each class – you can click on the link to do so.  If you are coming to Rome on a date that doesn’t match please feel free to enquire about a private class with either Carla or Alice.

Max group size is 6 participants, with a special class with a max of 4 people on selected dates.  Two of the three of us will always lead the class.

March 16
March 23 (small group)
April 13 (small group)
April 20
May 18
June 8 (small group)
June 22
July 20
Sep 21
Oct 19
Nov 16

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Thank you to Carola Ploechinger for cover photo and Vanessa from Olives and Lucinda and Lida Meyer for the photos.

Lots has been written about Market to Table; click on the links to read the lovely accounts by Emiko Davies, Natalie from An American in Rome , Paola from Italy on My Mind, Vanessa from Olives and Lucinda, and Rosana from Hot and Chilli.

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