The word gnocchi is thought to come from nocca
, which means knuckles, or from the Lombard word knohha
, which means knot (such as wood knot) or walnut—all words that imply the small, tight, rounded shape of gnocchi that we know today. While gnocchi is generally associated with northern Italy, the truth is that these dumplings are found all over the peninsula and in many diverse forms, made with a variety of base ingredients depending on where they come from: flour, corn meal, semolina, bread, chestnut flour, ricotta, or vegetables—including pumpkin to spinach to the classic potato. Join Chef Jake to discover the possibilities gnocchi has to offer. Don’t miss out on making this wonderfully versatile dish!
Brown Butter Sage
Loaded Red Sauce
Roasted Vegetable Medley
Chef’s Choice of Wine Pairing
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