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We had a great time. The instructors were well organized, they encouraged everyone to be involved, and the food was great. We really enjoyed meeting all of the new people. And learning some new skills.
The Cooking class was a big highlight of our visit. Alessandra was the chef and a great teacher We even made our own spaghetti We had a 4 course dinner which would have been difficulty to buy for what we paid for class. Highly recommend
The cooking class was so much fun! I would highly recommend this class. The teachers were great and kept it lively. The meal was served with delicious wine downstairs in a beautiful cellar that was warm and inviting. Met some great people also.
This was a great experience. We learned to make a four course meal and took the recipes home with us. The chef's we worked with were fun, made us laugh and kept us on track. The food was excellent and the group size was perfect.
Definitely a highlight of our week in Florence. Francesco was a wonderful teacher and a pleasure to meet. The lower level where we ate dinner was beautiful. Would absolutely recommend for anyone looking for a unique evening.
Superb! The chefs were terrific, the experience great, and we met fabulous people from all over the world.The dinner we cooked and ate was wonderful along with as much wine as we wanted. Great evening!
Instructors were very helpfull and friendly
The evening was a delight
My daughter lives in Florence, but had never taken a cooking class and I had always wanted to try one. This was perfect. Easy to meet our guide to the school with about 13 other english-speaking people. The school was well equipped for all of us. We made a wonderful appetizer, an amazing potato gnocchi with a white sauce (ground veal, pork and chicken, with vegetables and wine), the best chicken caccitore and a dessert with strawberry gelee, panna cotta-like top and fresh fruit on top of that. They give you all the recipes and I am sure these dishes all have wonderful names, but I don't have them in front of me now. I know we added brandy to something - but I have no idea what. Cooks were helpful, knowlegable, forgiving (I can't roll gnocchi it seems) and a lot of fun. We ate all our courses downstairs in this old wine cellar which was atmospheric and restful after all our cooking. Would do this again in a heartbeat.
The evening was one of the highlights of our two-week trip to Italy. Great fun and great food. Probably the best bolognese sauce I've ever had.
This was one of the highlights of our trip. It was also the anniversary of our friends in the class and my wife's birthday. The cooking crew made it special with candles on the cake we had made for dessert. It was a lovely experience and we left with recipes that we can make at home. . . .We hope to do it again on our next visit!!!
Great evening and so well organised. The staff were very passionate about their job and a lot of fun. We attended another class the next day at another venue with a one Michelin star chef and this one was far superior. Would recommend and would definitely do another class with them. It was hands on and we picked up,little tips.
Great experience the Chefs were excellent. The food was amazing.
I attended this class with my husband and another couple. We all had a great time (including the men who are not cooks) and were very impressed by the organization of the program. Everyone had a chance to help in the preparation of our delicious meal of eggplant caprese, homemade egg pasta with fresh tomato sauce, stuffed chicken in puff pastry and crema catalana (like a creme brulee). The teachers were helpful and amusing. Dinner was served downstairs in a lovely setting complete with wine. It was a lovely change of pace from all our sightseeing.