Hotel Villa Pigna
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mine is the "two glasses technique" ~ yes, I drink two glasses of wine while I stir & add stock. The finished product was very creamy and topped with fresh goat cheese ~ delicious and rich.
We all sat at the table & feasted on our delicious efforts of cooking for one last time. The couple who had been with us all week, Francesca and Mai, brought a couple bottles of Prosecco for everyone to enjoy. They were leaving ...
... ice cream. The recipes always sounded so simple, but the flavors were beyond simple. We put our knife skills to work & chopped celery, carrots, radishes, fennel & peppers, that were put into bowls of ice cold water to make them crisp.
Off to the kitchen we went to cook the lentils, which were from the hilltop town of Castelluccio that we had just visited. Had never considered using lentils for a salad or even putting them with ...
... began making tagliolini. I had seen a photo on the brochure of a class making a long strand of pasta & asked Chef Fillipo if we could do that, he was such a good sport & helped us. He kept adding the pasta to the machine & making it longer by the second, soon we were rushing around trying to get enough hands to keep the pasta from touching the floor & we did it!!
We cut the pasta into strands & Chef ...
... live in those small towns, my mind wonders a lot as I'm walking through a town.
Ed & I stopped to look at some handmade walking sticks that a resident had displayed at their front door & were for sale. He opened his front door & was talking to us in Italian, I really did want to buy one, but had no way to get it on the plane. We slowly made it to the bottom of the town, which is where the main square is & the very touristy area. We passed a ...
... that the Lentils were from a nearby town called Castelluccio. I had no idea that lentils came from a region.
We started with the banana bread and when these were put into the oven, we got busy with knife skills chopping up the carrots, celery & onions for the soup. The garlic was thrown into the pot of boiling water whole. We gathered in the kitchen to watch Chef Fillipo work his wonders with the lentils & homemade stock.
Now for the fun ...