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Cooking in Tuscany with Mimmi


On a recent trip to Italy, I found myself in a cooking class that was mostly instructed in Italian.  Beings that Italian is not my native language, I found this class to be a unique experience and despite the language gap, I learned a lot.  Read to find out how I was able to bridge the language gap.

“Bridging the Language Gap with Food: An Italian Cooking Class”

Have you ever taken an authentic cooking class while traveling abroad?  What has your experience been?



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This entry was posted on March 5, 2014 by in Italian, Italian food, Italy, Language, language gap, Travel, Wine.
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