Learn How to Cook Italian

Wow Mom this was Fun!

Wow, this was fun Mom!

Where are we?  We are in Rome in the oldest wine shop/restaurant learning how to prepare typical Roman dishes surrounded by tempting Italian wines to accompany our creations. Between tastings of foods and wines the evening was FUN for all, even for those who do not drink wine.
Cooking in Italy is fun and so good!
Travel in Italy is fun for the whole family.
Who doesn’t like homemade pasta and ragù sauce and tiramisù?
Loved the Colosseum, overwhelmed by the Sistine Chapel and flabbergasted by the fettucine with bolognese sauce we made… all from scratch.

A family that travels together, shares the interests of visiting museums and churches and monuments and dwells on the history of man throughout the ages has to stop for lunch sometimes.
QUESTION: Where to go for a home cooked meal while in Italy and make it a family feast?
ANSWER: Whether in the kitchen of a Vineyard in Chianti land, in a restaurant in Rome or on the seashore in Sicily, you can’t go wrong.

Do it together like Italians do and get your hands in the flour!

Come and lets start …

Family making fettuccine in a winery

Family making fettuccine in a winery

Laila is waiting for you and so is lunch.

 


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