We spent 3 weeks in Italy and this was definitely one of the highlights. Between the gorgeous setting, charming atmosphere, free-flowing wine, meeting people from other countries (half of our group was from Russia), Chef Mauro's fantastic sense of humor (and be sure to ask him to play his guitar for you), and the Tuscany scenery, it was like relaxing with great friends at their home. BUT THERE'S MORE ... you also get to cook and eat (a lot!). Are you going to emerge a 5* chef? Of course not. But for the average person, it's the perfect introduction to making pasta and other Italian yummies. Highly recommend!!!! So fun!!!!!
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