Big Night Cooking Class: Timpano

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Timpano, or sometimes regionally called Timballo, is that famous Italian baked dish named after the timpani drum, from which it resembles. Our love for this over the top dish, filled with anything that you want and can imagine, stems from the film Big Night (1996), from which Chef Liam pulls his inspiration.

When: Wednesday, January 24, 7:30 – 10:30PM
Where: Via Umbria, 1525 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Cost: $38.50
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Chef Liam will lead this cooking class, which will be a mix of hands on and demonstration styles. If you are interested in eating the Timpano, the finished product will be served at the Movie and a Meal: Big Night on Friday, January 26th (as it takes hours to bake), and will be at a discounted bundle price. Buy your tickets today and don’t miss out!

Ticket Includes:
• Admission to cooking class
• Hands on and demonstration cooking experience
• Pasta dinner with a glass of wine
• Recipe card
• Discount if purchased in connection with Movie and a Meal

Wine and Beer will be available for purchase throughout the duration of the class.

About the film…

Primo and Secondo are two brothers who have emigrated from Italy to open an Italian restaurant in America. Primo is the irascible and gifted chef, brilliant in his culinary genius, but determined not to squander his talent on making the routine dishes that customers expect. Secondo is the smooth front-man, trying to keep the restaurant financially afloat, despite few patrons other than a poor artist who pays with his paintings. The owner of the nearby Pascal’s restaurant, enormously successful (despite its mediocre fare), offers a solution – he will call his friend, a big-time jazz musician, to play a special benefit at their restaurant. Primo begins to prepare his masterpiece, a feast of a lifetime, for the brothers’ big night

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