and take a cooking class with me?
it is your lucky epoch, as Giovanni would say. I have tried to tell him that we don’t say it like that. We say era, but that is the beauty of Giovanni.
I teach a menu from my kitchen inspired by a village that Giovanni wanders us through. I push my face into the computer screen so that I can make sure you are all right with rolling the pasta or simmering the cream for panna cotta. Giovanni can never believe it when I start to cry at the smell of a good piece of parmigiana reggiano or the site of a man making a ceramic pot in the same tradition that has been used for a thousand years. It happens.
Come with us.