COOKERY COURSES IN ITALY - DELETE COOKIES VISTA - STAINLESS COOKWARE SETS.
Cookery Courses In Italy
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Italian (Bolognese) cookery course at Los Piedaos - Garganelli con speck & aspargi coming together
In mid-March the delightful and talented Carmelita Caruana of Cook Italy fame descended on Los Piedaos in Andalucia to run a 3 day Mediterranean cookery course. Day 3 was Bolognese. Close up on the delicious strips of smoked speck, onions, butter and poached asparagus that will combine with cream and Parmigiano Reggiano and Garganelli pasta in the first course. Carmelita brought the pasta, speck and Parmesan cheese with her from Bologna to ensure authenticity.
Italian (Bolognese) cookery course at Los Piedaos - the class about to tuck into starters
In mid-March the delightful and talented Carmelita Caruana of Cook Italy fame descended on Los Piedaos in Andalucia to run a 3 day Mediterranean cookery course. Day 3 was Bolognese. Here the team are about to dig into a luscious Sformato di Carciofi (fluffy baked artichoke mousse) lightly sauced with a cream and Parmigiano amalgamation.
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