Italy Trips

Every year I lead small groups to Italy. We tour, cook with local cooks, visit with wine-makers and food artisans…and have a lot of fun! Here are some scenes of our travels.

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Puglia, Italy in 2019 — land of the most olive trees in Italy, burrata, taralli, orecchiette, seaside towns, beautiful people, fantastic cooks!

 

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In Sicily, I got to visit the town where my paternal grandparents are from. The food — like sciaccia and ragu with chunks of pork — were the same that I grew up with! We visited Cefalu, Palermo and Modica, too. Just great! Here’s a short video of the highlights.

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My cooking tour in Venice in 2015. So many wonderful events, sights, dinners, and fun. Here are just some short highlights! Thank you to my wonderful group: Bonnie, Fran, Sherri, Marie, Louise, Lorraine, and Regina.

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Palermo’s Fabulous Capo Market

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A quick look at the cooking trip I led to the Amalfi Coast June 2014…

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Just a glimpse into the Venice cooking trip I led in 2013

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The first group I brought to Rome Italy in 2011

6 thoughts on “Italy Trips

    • Hi Shirley, the schedule for Winter just went out this week and it’s now sold out…sorry! I will post any cancellations on the “classes” tab on the website — I also often post cancellations on my Chef Paulette Facebook page. Thank you!

  1. Thanks, great video! My husband and I decided to make gnocchi for the first time on xmas eve so your timing is perfecto! Nicely done.

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