A absolutely wonderful experience for any level of "cook." If even you don't like to cook and really don't want to learn, you can do a little chopping and helping out in the kitchen and have one of the best meals in Rome. As others have said, Andrea is both knowledgeable and incredibly charming. We had two little kids in our class and he was just amazing with them. My husband and I are both pretty good cooks and we still learned a lot. We now feel confident to make our own pasta and believe it is worth the time. Who knew how important durum flour is?? We learned how to make an awesome eggplant parmesan and chocolate souffle. Also learned how to make our own pizza and some really good meatballs. A little tip...keep the skin on your garlic...that is where all the nutrients are.
Now here is a little subtle tip the others reviews have not yet mentioned. The group size is 12. We happened to be with a group that incuded 8 people from the same family. They were a really nice family. But, we couldn't help feeling like we were sort of "tag alongs" to their family event. I wish we had been more groups of 2 or 3. I think it would have made it a different experience. I also think the menu choice would have been different had there not been two very young children in the party. On the one hand, that is what makes this fun. And we loved the menu. On the other hand, I would love to have the experience again with three or four other couples. And we would definitely do this again.
Super nice people, great time, learned a lot. Hope to see them again. Great value for the money. Add the wine pairings. Well worth the 20 euro.
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