Today, the class made Tuscan-style pork dishes.
Students rubbed lots of herbs into the pork meat for putting nice aroma to it. Turning over such a big chunk of meat on a flying pan sure looked like a hard work. The meat was then grilled in the oven. Lots of meat juice came out and the view was simply irresistible.
In Tuscan fall season, people love to make and eat desserts using chestnuts.
So the class made popular Tuscan desserts using chestnut powder.
Students were excited with the surprisingly bold decoration of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc aux marrons, or chestnut cake looking like Mont Blanc).
Another group of students made bite size desserts called “Baci di dama”.
“Baci di dama” means “a kiss of a lady”; it’s such a stylish name.
Its decoration was so stylish as well.
Desserts with a bit of salty taste are popular among Italian people as they go with wines very much.