We had a wonderful couple of hours here with the lovely family that runs this Masseria. There is a brother and sister with their spouses and children, and grandparents, that live on this compound. We took a cooking class from the sister and she was super.
We made individual, homemade focaccia and also three kinds of pasta, and when we sat down to eat those dishes they were supplemented by other tasty sides from the kitchen. The brother, Phillipo, gave us a small education and an olive oil tasting while we waited for our focaccia dough to rise.
This experience was more interesting than I ever expected and we learned so much about family life and agrotourism in Italy. This was one of my favorite experiences on this trip to Italy. Lovely people and lovely experience.
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