Family-owned Scottsdale restaurant offers Italian cooking class

Scottsdale residents will have the chance to impress their friends and family with a homemade authentic Italian meal after learning from an expert at this four-course cooking demo.

Join co-owner of Casa Mia Hera Ambrosio at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 13, for the demo at family-owned Italian restaurant, Casa Mia.

During the class, Ambrosio will show you the tips and tricks to create a restaurant-quality dinner in your own home, according to a press release.

Courses include a Crostini with Buffalo Mozzarella, Chili and Lemon, a Butternut Squash and Pancetta Penne, Chicken Involtini with Ham, Mozzarella, Peas and Onions and a Raspberry Ricotta Cake. All classes include wine.

Classes are $75 per person and reservations are taken at the restaurant or by emailing This intimate class will only be for 14 people, the release tated.

Casa Mia, meaning “My Home” in Italian, is a family-owned and operated restaurant in Scottsdale at 11485 N. 136th Street. The restaurant uses only the finest quality ingredients, including organic produce, grass-fed beef and homemade pasta to create traditional Italian dishes.

For more information, visit Casa Mia online at

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