When Sal first moved from New York City to the Eastern Shore, he couldn’t find any bakeries making Italian bread. So he made his own using his family’s recipe that had been passed down over the generations.

Join Sal in the kitchen at the Easton Family YMCA and learn how to make authentic Italian bread for your own family. Sal will also show you how to make a quick and delicious marinara sauce to serve over pasta or to use for dipping your Italian bread!

Sal will keep you busy laughing with him as he fills the room with his stories, cooking tips, and good humor.  Best of all, he loves to share the results!

What to Expect: Sal will take you step-by-step through the process of making his family’s Italian bread and you will enjoy the results along with his marinara sauce. Recipes are included to take home and try on your own!  Please note:  Due to the demonstration nature of this course, it will not be recorded.

Feedback from Sal’s past courses:

“Delicious, fun class.  Looking forward to trying both the bread and marinara sauce recipes.  Thanks!  Would love to see a “sourdough” bread-making class.”

“This was a fun and interesting course with some delicious results. Thank you, Sal!”

“This has all the ingredients for a first-class program!”

Sal Simoncini

Sal Simoncini

Sal Simoncini was born and raised in New York City, where he owned his own construction company. He and his wife raised their two daughters on Long Island, where they live now with Sal’s seven grandchildren. After retirement, he and his late second wife relocated to Wittman, to a 26-acre farm.

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