The Pasta Competition is perfect for a group that needs to get ready to work side by side; the participants are divided into teams to have the chance to get a hands-on experience. Even the most expert Italians (or self-proclaimed experts) will be put to the test during the competition’s three stages, bringing in their skills, expertise, and talents to a new kind of setting outside of work, where the usual hierarchies and structures disappear.
Learn to make different types of pasta
Put manual and organizational skills to the test
A perfect challenge for dynamic, creative teams
Guests arrive at the cooking school and are welcomed by the Le Baccanti staff. After an introduction by the chef who will lead the event, the host explains and introduces the game and chooses the team leaders, the stations are assigned, and the challenge begins!
The competition gets going right away: each team has to succeed in three competition stages (quantity, quality, and creativity), and make, within the time limit, the different types of pasta to get the best result they can. The division of the roles is decided by the team following the game’s rules. Le Baccanti’s staff and the chef guide the teams through the stages and share some tricks of the trade.
At the end of the allotted time, the chef will evaluate the dishes and, with the host, give a grade. Then the competition winners are announced. Participants receive a “Masterchef” certificate.
A toast makes the perfect close to the event and could be the start of a meal based on the pasta made!
Though the competition can be done anywhere, we suggest choosing a nice atmosphere like a restaurant or a cooking school. The activity includes a host and a professional chef. Depending on the place, we will spotlight the types of pasta in the local tradition. It lasts about 2.5 hours.
- Suitable for groups from 10 to 150 people
- Possible in all types of venues
- The pasta chef certificate can be customized with your company logo.
- Recipes that can be made include local specialties
Thanks a lot for the event, it was really great fun and very well organized.
Julia Eberle, Sciforma