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Wood Oven Cooking Classes - Forno Rustico

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  • Wood Oven Cooking Classes - Forno Rustico

    The cooking classes at Forno Rustico with Lea Bergen are a must for anyone who owns a wood fired oven. My husband and I recently took a private cooking class with Lea in Sonoma CA. Since our recent visit to Italy, we have been on a mission to learn how to make the perfect pizza. Lea is your girl! We learned about the oven, the importance of the ingredients, making the dough and how to make the perfect Margherita. Our pizza was just as amazing as the pizzas in Italy. We highly recommend Lea's cooking class, not only for making pizzas but for many other dishes. We will definitely be taking additional classes and are in the planning stages of building our own oven.

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    Re: Wood Oven Cooking Classes - Forno Rustico

    I would greatly appreciate it if anyone knows of a class available in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland area!! Trial and error isn't so bad because everything is edible of course.... but it would certainly save time to have a course under my belt!!