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LIVE! from ITALY Online Cooking Class on YouTube: Sunday, December 21st 2014

 LIVE from ITALY Online Cooking Class Sunday, December 21st 2014
A Christmas Special! This episode/class can help you prep for the Holidays with a beautiful Butternut Squash Soup and the classic, Tiramisu. Both dishes can be made ahead or the morning of your event and can be scaled up easily to feed a full house of hungry guests!

Fall in a bowl - pumpkin or squash soup would make a perfect dish to add to your Holiday dinner or even lunch on a random rainy afternoon. Since you can cook it off a day or 2 before, it makes for one less thing to do on Christmas Day! This soup has become a tradition in our house - it’s so creamy & delicious. If you want to make this simple soup a bit more decadent add a few steamed mussels just before you serve.

One of the most requested recipes to feature, Tiramisu. This is the real deal. Tiramisu can be a boozy, mushy mess and nothing I would never want to eat. However this recipe is lick-your-plate amazing! So what’s the difference in the dish served at restaurants State-side vs. that of Italy? First off the eggs - this recipe calls for fresh egg yolks not whipped cream or imitation eggs making it much richer and secondly it’s all in the lady-fingers! (Buy Pavisini.) They perfectly hold up after being dipped in coffee & layered with cream.

Our classes focus not only the recipes at hand but the technique and theory behind each dish. It’s more than just watching an episode of a cooking show on television because this is not only LIVE but interactive! Students/viewers will have the chance to ask questions along the way since all the cooking is done together LIVE! (Plus the classes are recorded & you will receive a copy of the class - how cool is that?!) Either join in the fun and cook along with us or sit back and watch with a glass of wine.


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Watch LIVE! on YouTube:
LIVE from ITALY: Online Cooking Class on Sunday, December 21, 2014


Depending on where you live in the world:
12-noon PST (Seattle)
3pm EST (New York)
8pm GMT (London)
9pm CET (Rome)
To REGISTER for this class email: info@latavolamarche.com
You can watch the class for fun or to cook along. We will send you the recipes, ingredients & equipment list plus the all important pre-class prep list! You will receive a recorded copy a day or two after the class.

Details
The Classes will be about 45 min - 1 hour in duration and will be recorded so you can watch it at your convenience on YouTube.
The Cost = FREE! We just ask that you spread the word, share this email, retweet, post photos, etc. If you feel inclined you can help support the show & keep us sponsor free!


For more details click here!
Hope you join us in the kitchen on Sunday!

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