The word gnocchi may be derived from the Italian word nocchio, meaning a knot in wood or from nocca (meaning knuckle). It has been a traditional type of Italian pasta of Middle Eastern origin since Roman times. In the past 2,000 years, each country has developed its own specific type of small dumpling, with the ancient gnocchi as their common ancestor. During this workshop, people will be making “gli gnocchi” from scratch, either the regular ones or with spinach (you will chose during the purchase of the ticket), and you will be going home with a tray for two people and two authentic Italian recipes. Grab a friend and let’s get cooking. Remeber to bring a grater!