Not sure what is better, the cooking school, Giuseppina herself or the location. After a ride up the funicular, and wandering around the charming, medieval town, we located the cooking school. Guiseppina was waiting for us and we were welcomed with tasty cheese and salami (and of course wine) while we got ready for the "lesson". It was very hands on and truly enjoyable. Her preparation for us was impressive and the four hours disappeared. Everything was wonderful! None of us had ever worked with vanilla beans or made pasta by hand before. We came home with our red aprons and inspiration for cooking Italian.
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