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Chef Vary was fabulous! Had a private class in her house as the 4th member of the group was a no show. She is smart, funny, informative and just plain entertaining! The tiramisu was to die for...we tasted 4 kinds. I learned a great deal and she sent us home with so many terrific recipes. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon. Recommend highly!
Very interesting experience in a cosy private atmosphere, in a very small group! We are now true tiramisu experts! And it was very tasty as well.
The tour is short and basic, but perfect for those new to Italy, just getting their feet wet. The tour was completely within the confines of one of Florence's more intimate markets. Our guide, Linda Sorgiovanni, had been doing the tour for a decade, and her experience showed.
It wasn't physically demanding, and the tour was extremely flexible to allot for extra time wherever we'd want it. She had an excellent realtionship with the local growers and shopkeepers that made us feel like we had an "inside line" to the local cuisine.
We enjoyed it, it was only the four of us so we had a private tasting, yum
What to expect- you enter a local's home and she makes tiramisu in front of you and talks for two hours. We were promised recipes and left our emails and never received any. The picture is nothing like what you get. She makes the tiramisu filling and lets you sample three kinds in a small sample cup. She reprimanded a guest that was gluten free that did not tell her ahead of time. It made for an uncomfortable class.