Pasta Classes in Boston MA

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In-Person Class: Homemade Heritage Grain Pasta with Giulio Caperchi

July 30 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

What’s on the Menu:

  • Homemade Tagliatelle with Freshly Milled Farro Flour
  • Summer Bolognese
  • Radicchio, Blue Cheese and Walnut Salad

    Calling all you pasta people: join us in-person at Milk Street for a hands-on cooking class with Giulio Caperchi, who has literally produced tons of fresh pasta in his life to date. This class takes the phrase “from scratch” to a whole new level. You’re not just kneading your own pasta dough and learning how to fold, roll, cut, cook and sauce it. You’ll also be grinding your own flour from heritage farro, meaning that your fresh pasta is really, truly fresh. When you mill your own grains, you’re able to appreciate their aroma, texture and flavor in a way that is simply impossible with grocery store flours. Giulio will teach you how, why and in what proportion to incorporate alternative grains into pasta so that you can confidently and successfully experiment for years to come. To balance the pasta’s big flavors—this is no bland, flavorless pasta waiting to be drowned in sauce!—we’ll make a simple batch of a summery Bolognese, which you’ll see is not a contradiction of terms.

    To enjoy the fruits of our labors, we’ll sit down to a family-style meal of perfectly cooked pasta, plus a classic Italian salad that combines radicchio and blue cheese with reduced balsamic vinegar and toasted walnuts. For dessert, look forward to fregolotta, a beloved Venician cookie, served over creamy gelato. Plus, every attendee of this class will go home with a box of Seven Hills’ dried pasta so that your pasta party doesn’t have to end when you leave Milk Street.

    About Giulio: Giulio and Carol Caperchi started Seven Hills Pasta Co. with the aim of bringing pasta manufacturing closer to our communities. We are an artisanal producer of bronze-extruded and slowly air dried pasta, our recipe consisting simply of flour and water. Our pasta factory and shop is located inside the Boston Public Market. Giulio was born and raised in Rome and developed his passion for cooking under the careful mentorship of his grandmother “Nonna Lina.” He went on to train as a cook in Rome and opened a pasta factory in the Boston area in 2016. Not only is Giulio passionate about the culinary side of food, but he is also invested in the sustainable growing of healthy produce. He started the Agro-Eco Project, a non profit based in Central MA, with the aim of growing pesticide-free fruit and vegetables for food pantries in Worcester County.

    This class is generously sponsored by Marcato. The philosophy of well-made things has distinguished Marcato since 1930, when the work, passion and ingeniousness of Otello Marcato gave rise to products appreciated all over the world today. The culture of healthy eating is the first step toward wellness, starting with pasta, made with simple and genuine ingredients, a symbol of the Mediterranean diet. All Marcato products are designed for those who love things done perfectly and for those who have rediscovered the pleasure of eating well and safely. Check out Marcato’s Atlas 150 machines—our #1 recommendation for home cooks—and find where to buy one near you here. Use code MILKSTREET10 to get 10% off your order.


Is this an in-person event?

Yes. This event will take place in person at our location at 177 Milk Street in Boston. Expect plenty of hands-on cooking – not just a demonstration! If you are looking for a livestream cooking class, you can find our upcoming virtual class calendar here.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Parking garages:

  • Boston Harbor Garage (known as the Aquarium Garage)
  • 75 State Street


  • Aquarium stop on the Blue Line
  • State Street on Blue and Orange Line
  • Government Center on the Blue and Green Lines
  • Haymarket on the Orange and Green Lines, and multiple bus lines

Bus Lines:

  • 4, 92, 93, 352, 354

The entrance to our school is directly across from 49 India Street. Our entrance doors have two bowties on them.

Is my registration ticket refundable?

No. We do not offer refunds for in-person registrations. However, your ticket is fully transferable to another person for this event on these dates. You are responsible for finding someone to use your ticket, arranging reimbursement, and for sending us the new attendee’s full name, contact information, and any special dietary requests.

Is a meal included?

Yes. In addition to a snack midway through class, you will sit down to a full dinner, served family-style, at about 7:00 pm.

I have an allergy or dietary restriction. Can I still come?

We work hard to accommodate as many allergies and dietary needs as possible. You are welcome to write us at to get more detailed information on whether this event is a good fit for you.

Are children allowed?

Children 11-17 are allowed to participate if they attend and cook with an adult parent or guardian. The minor and the adult must each have a ticket to the class.

How many people does one ticket cover?

One ticket covers one attendee.

How early do I need to arrive?

You are welcome and encouraged to arrive up to 15 minutes before the event begins.

I’m an Insider. Do I get a discount to the in-person classes?

Yes! Insiders get 15% off their ticket. To access your discount, please send a message to

This date doesn’t work for me. Will this class be offered again soon?

We offer in-person events on a very limited basis. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that this class will be offered again soon.

Where can I contact the organizer with further questions?

Write to us with any other questions at

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177 Milk Street Boston, MA 02109