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Old 05-23-2010, 11:31 AM
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Hi Rossco!

We have previously done classes at a B&B in Sooke, British Columbia with Angelo Prosperi-Porta who is simply the most complete chef I know. (Grew up in an Italian family on the coast of BC, became a pastry chef, became a competition chef on the Canadian national team, etc.) He is spectacular. He is leading a one week course at a 1000 acre estate about a half hour out of Lucca. The course includes market trips, lessons, WFO pizzas, pasta, and whatever we find great. (We did a similar trip in Provence about ten years ago and like the format.) I will get more info online when I get a chance.

Eat on!
Jay

Wow I am VERY envious - sounds fantastic. That is the ultimate way to learn culinary skills. Looking forward to hearing the details when available...
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Old 05-23-2010, 02:46 PM
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Hi Jay,
Would also like the info on that course. We may meet you there.
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