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  • Pizza Classes

    Just received this in an email. FYI

    International School of Pizza open for enrollment
    The International School of Pizza has added more courses and enrollment is filling up fast. Tony Gemignani is the first Master Instructor in the United States and students will have the opportunity to become certified in Classic Italian Pizza, Roman Style Pizza or Pizza in Teglia (Pan Pizza). The certifications come direct from Italy.
    Classes include:
    June 1-5 Classic Italian Pizza Course 7a.m. - 3p.m.
    (Maximum 15 Students); $1,800 (Only 2 spots left)
    June 6 & 7 Special New York Style Course/Certification for Classic Italian Certified Students Only 6:00 a.m. - 12 noon; $900
    June 15 - 19 Classic Italian Pizza Course 7am- 3pm
    (Maximum 15 Students) $1800
    June 22-26 Classic Italian Pizza Course 7am - 3pm
    (Maximum 15 Students) $1800
    June 28-30 Special Neapolitan Course/Certification for
    Classic Italian Certified Students Only 6:00a.m. 12 noon; $1,000
    July 13-19 Neapolitan Course 7 a.m. 3 p.m. Mon - Fri
    and weekends 6:30a.m. - 12pm (Maximum 10 Students); $2,000
    July 27 & 28 Home Chef Courses Classic Italian & Neapolitan - 4pm (Maximum 12 Students) $350
    August 3-7 U.S. New York & California Style Course Combo; 7am-2pm (Maximum 15 Students) $1,500

    For more information, call (415) 835-9889 or contact nancy@internationalschoolofpizza.com.
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    Re: Pizza Classes

    What? No deep dish?

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      Re: Pizza Classes

      Just last weekend I attended the International School of Pizza in San Francisco.
      I have written more about it on my blog at Welcome to Wood Fired Pizza

      My review starts...
      Have you ever wanted to learn about making better pizza but weren't sure where
      to find a "Pizza School"? You're in luck. One of the best pizza makers in the
      world, Tony Gemignani, just opened a pizza school in the United States...

      Read more here: International School of Pizza Part 2 | Classes, Pizzerias | Woodfiredpizza.org

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