1. During a hands-on cooking class at La Tavola Marche (farm, inn & cooking school) in Le Marche, Italy guests forage for wild greens in the field in front of our 300 year old farmhouse (agriturismo). Jason helps guests identify the different edibles and with bags full of dandelion greens, poppy greens, grispigno & more they head into the kitchen to create a rustic tart with the fresh picked wild greens, ricotta & prosciutto.

    Recipe and how-to for the rustic tart with wild greens, ricotta & prosciutto. After the work is done, guests dine on the efforts with a dinner filled with local seasonal dishes!

    La Tavola Marche (farm, inn & cooking school)

    with Jason Bartner, Filmed by Ashley Bartner Spring 2013
    Music "Songe D' Automme" by Latchè Swing and "Vidalia" by Andrew Bird

    For more information on our hands-on, seasonal cooking classes in Italy visit: latavolamarche.com

    Cooking Classes recently featured in:
    The Best Places for Everything, NY Times Best Seller Travel Book
    USA Today: 10 Authentic Ways to Travel like a Local
    Budget Travel Magazine: 8 Cooking Schools Worth Their Salt
    Food & Wine Magazine: Italian Cooking Schools
    London's Telegraph Magazine & The Guardian

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  2. Last summer we videoed Ashley and Jason running their argritourismo La Tavola Marche in the Le Marche region of Italy. We thought they were the perfect subjects for a half hour cooking series and created this "sizzle reel". Their series was under consideration by a prominent cooking network but they eventually passed. If anyone can think of an alternative venue for this program please let us know. If you're visiting the Le Mache region, stop by. The food is great and the Inn beautiful.

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  3. We traveled across Italy to make this short film., searching out our favorite foods (we know, mozzarella and many other things are missing), seeing how they are produced (and eaten). Enjoy!

    Created by: theperennialplate.com
    In Partnership with: intrepidtravel.com/food/

    Filmed & edited by:
    Daniel Klein ( twitter.com/perennialplate/ )
    Mirra Fine ( twitter.com/kaleandcola/)
    Music by Domo Emigrantes: myspace.com/domoemigrantes "Pizzica di San Vito"

    Filmed on 5d Mark iii w Canon 24-70, 70-200 2.8 L

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  4. La Tavola Marche (Farm, Inn & Cooking School) in Italy presents a new series "LIVE from ITLAY" Online Cooking Classes - stripping away wild TV personalities and focusing on the food & techniques filmed LIVE from our farmhouse.

    We ask the question, "Do you want to be entertained or do you actually want to learn to cook?" Our classes break down the recipes so you learn theory & techniques to apply to any dish!

    Without leaving the comfort of your kitchen, join us in ours!

    It's more than just watching an episode of a cooking show on television because this is not only live but interactive! Students have the chance to ask questions along the way, plus the class will be recorded so you'll have access to it whenever you like. (How cool is that?!) Watch the class on your computer, mobile device or tablet. Once you are registered for the class you will receive an invitation to the site, recipes and ingredient lists.

    Our online cooking class will run about an hour in duration, covering techniques, tips and recipes!

    Join us in our kitchen for the next online cooking class!

    La Tavola Marche founded in 2007 offers local, seasonal, farm to fork cooking classes at our agriturismo in Le Marche, Italy.

    LA TAVOLA MARCHE: latavolamarche.com

    REGISTER/CONTACT: info@latavolamarche.com

    FACEBOOK: facebook.com/latvolamarche

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  5. A short film capturing the magic of Befana with the smell of roasted chestnuts and spiced wine, the cold air fills with festive music as Befana's of all ages descend upon the cobblestone streets to celebrate in Urbania (Le Marche) Italy.

    La Befana is believed to hail from the medieval village of Urbania in Le Marche Italy. In Italian folklore, La Befana delivers gifts to children throughout Italy on the night of January 5th, the Eve of Epiphany. In addition to delivering gifts, she will sweep the floor before she leaves! It is customary to set out a glass of wine and snacks to thank her for cleaning the house!

    Jason & Ashley Bartner, 2 American expats living in Le Marche take to the streets to ask a few locals about the festival and eat local specialties along the way!

    A short film by La Tavola Marche (sharing a slice of life in Le Marche)
    Directed & Edited by Ashley Bartner & Jason Bartner
    Music: Live from the Band of Urbania,
    "Sugar, Rum, Cherry" by Duke Ellington
    "Sleigh Ride" Instrumentals only by Harry Connick Jr

    Website: latavolamarche.com
    Email: info AT latavolamarche.com
    Twitter: twitter.com/latavolamarche
    Facebook: facebook.com/latavolamarche

    Filmed in Urbania, Italy January 2014

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