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Cooking class Feb 11 and 18 in Lafayette, CA

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  • Cooking class Feb 11 and 18 in Lafayette, CA

    Our friends Judy Witts Francini and Terry Paetzold are hosting wood-fired cooking classes in Lafayette, CA (Northern California) on Feb 11 and 18, and they have a small number of places still available -- so we are letting everyone know.

    If you are interested, you can find more details here:

    In Terry's Kitchen

    Here is a little background on Judy, who is coming in from Florence, where we met years ago.

    Judy Witts Francini, is a member of the Italian Personal Chef Association, the International Association of Culinary Professionals, a member of Slow Food International, and a student of cooking for over 30 years. She's married to a native Florentine, Andrea Francini, whose knowledge of Florence provides Judy with valuable insights. Her blog, Over the Tuscan Stove, features weekly articles for those who want to keep current on Tuscany.

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