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Pizza Class & Itallian Cooking in Emeryville

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    Last Friday I went to the Neapolitan Pizza class at Ramekins by Rosetta. It was a good class and I learned a few things.

    She made a nice thin crust pizza. One of my favorite pizzas was the caramelized onion and potato. The other was a pizza where you cook the dough with a pesto of garlic and parsley, then pull out the dough cooked, after that you top it like a salad with arugala,cherry tomatoes, and prosciutto. Very good and refreshing.

    Pizza con Patate
    (Sliced Roasted potatoes with rosemary, onions, fontina, gorgonzola)

    Pizza al Crudo
    (Cherry tomatoes, Prosciutto, Arugula, shaved parmigiano)

    I also learned I still can not toss dough very well. I was in awe when I saw the video of the fellow on this list who worked in a pizza joint for 10 years (sorry forgot your name) toss that dough back and forth. I think he is from Texas? One of these days! Just takes practice I guess. If anyone could send me a link to that video I would like to see it again. I did a search and could not find it.

    Here is a link to other classes she gives in Emeryville on the east side of the Bay Bridge. Just in case anyone was interested.

    Welcome to Cooking with Rosetta

    I would like to take the eggplant class but it is sold out... Next time.