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Bologna Cooking Classes - Bluone, Cook Italy, others

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With my plane tickets booked, it's time to book the fun stuff! During our 2-week trip in the spring, we are spending time in Emilia-Romagna to take advantage of the excellent food. I had initially planned to do a market tour/cooking class with Bluone (http://www.bluone.com/ ) because folks like Low Country Islander have so highly recommended it. But it is looking unlikely that they will be available because they are doing a 2-week event in Puglia during the time we will be there.

So what other classes would you recommend in that region? We only have one day for the experience, and I would love for the class to incorporate a market tour.

Does anyone have experience with Cook Italy (http://www.cookitaly.com/ ) or Taste of Italy (http://www.taste-of-italy.com/ )? Those had high reviews on Trip Advisor, but I would always prefer a first-hand recommendation from a Fodorite. Others?

Thanks!

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