Cooking in Italy

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It is important to me to make my own meals as often as possible and share them with loved ones. It makes a difference knowing where each ingredient comes from and home-made food always tastes better than store-bought food. On a trip to Italy this summer, I learned how to make gluten-free Pasta Pomodoro from scratch along with Risotto (the Italian word for waves) and Tiramisu. I was taught by a professional Italian Chef, Christina, who teaches in a beautiful kitchen overseen by a company called Veronality, which I found on Viator.com, a wonderful travel website that helps you find good deals on tours and classes anywhere in the world.