Aglio, Olio, Pepperoncino – or Learning to Cook in Tuscany

While in Viareggio I had arranged to have 5 cooking classes. I assumed this would be like any other class, in a classroom setting with lots of students there.  Who wouldn’t want to learn to cook in Tuscany?!  I had checked if not speaking Italian would be an issue, and was assured it would be fine. So when I arrived at my first class, I was completely surprised to find myself alone in a tiny hotel kitchen with a little Italian Grandma. Continue reading