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French Wine tasting enjoyed with great food. The perfect match!
Arizona stuffed Dates with bleu cheese & walnuts, wrapped in bacon
Brie on walnut toasts with caramelized apple
Fresh organic greens with hazelnut encrusted goat cheese and citrus vinaigrette
Salmon with currant risotto & spring vegetables
Filet Mignon with balsamic reduction, Yukon mash and sautéed asparagus
Dessert trio~ lemon tart, chocolate flourless and pecan bar
A special treat, Beehive Cookies, Vceli Uly
These were a 3 day process to make with a special wooden mold
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“Madness and Creativity”, sounds interesting….. After listening and reading about this talk with Dr Krauss and Johnny Depp, it was interesting!Depp said he “knew there was something abnormal in me or of me” in his early teen years and that “it could have led me to the ‘big house.’ “
Instead, he found an outlet in art and said he hoped that other “people will find a way to embrace” their own madness.
I thought I knew how to cook Italian food with my Italian background, but during my one day class in beautiful Florence Italy, I realized that I was just an amateur.
My Italian cooking class was definitely the highlight of my two week trip to Italy this past August. I highly recommend Florence food tour & cooking class at a Tuscan farmhouse, through Walkabout Italy
We started out the day on food shopping and a food history tour of Florence, with a great stop for coffee at one Florence’s bakery/coffee bars. Made a stop at a fruit/vegetable stand to buy our fresh tomatoes. In Italy, if it’s not in season it’s not at the Fruit/Vegetable Stands. Fresh organic produce all of the time. What a great concept!
We continued on to the Mercato (a real food market) where we purchase our fresh Mozzarella cheese for our pizza and fresh ground beef for our Ragu Sauce. Then onto the bus for our 20 minute trip up the hillside of beautiful Tuscany to a farmhouse. We had a group of 22, consisting of couples, singles and families. It was a very fun group!
Our first item to make was Ragu Sauce, basically a meat tomato sauce. As that was simmering, we proceeded to make fresh Bruschetta (pronounced BrusKetta). It was simple and yummy! Enjoyed with a glass of Classic Chianti.
Our next item was homemade pizza dough and making it into the traditional Naples Pizza and baked in a wood burning oven. So fun and again so yummy, and yes enjoyed with more Chianti.
Even though we were all pretty full we sat down for our three course dinner. Our homemade pasta with Ragu, Pork Roast & Roasted potatoes, our dessert and of course more Chianti. Everything was so yummy and it was so much fun to make with everyone. We had 2 great tour guides and a wonderful Italian woman who taught us to make everything.