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Rome cooking class

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Has anyone taken either the Rome Cooking Class that operates in conjunction with Nancy Aiello tours or the class offered by Daniela's Cooking School? They are quite pricy, wondering if they are worth it. We did the class Chef Andrea offers last year. It was very nice and we did learn a lot however we would have liked a smaller group. Both those listed offer personal classes. Thanks in advance for any info you can help us with. 191 days and counting down....

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