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Cooking is Always Uniting!

Date: April 4, 2016 - categories: , - 4 Comments

Whether the U.S. cooking classes are business events – as the February California events in Fresno and Sacramento – or birthday celebrations (birthdays were fêted in Redwood City and San Francisco events) or just the occasion to celebrate friendships, no better way to link people than through cooking together and feasting together.

Ferguson Kitchen, Bath and Lighting Showroom cooking event, Fresno

Ferguson Kitchen, Bath and Lighting Showroom cooking event, Fresno

Ferguson team joins to cook in Sacramento

Ferguson team joins to cook in Sacramento

A birthday celebrated with cooking up Umbrian goodness

A birthday celebrated with cooking up Umbrian goodness

Friends unite to celebrate a birthday

Friends unite to celebrate a birthday

Professional links can be forged at our Umbrian rural cuisine events, too: as the TEMPO women of Madison, Wisconsin will tell you.

Madison professional women forge links in the kitchen

Madison professional women forge links in the kitchen

And for many hosts, our annual Umbrian feast has become a joyous recurrence, anticipated by their guests, ready try out new recipes of Umbrian rural goodness.
See why Dave and Howie (in California), Donna and Steve (in Colorado), Judy and David (in Texas) often host cooking classes with me.

An “Oscar of a feast” with Dave and Howie

An “Oscar of a feast” with Dave and Howie

Third time around in Denver

Third time around in Denver

An Austin cooking comeback with David and Judy

An Austin cooking comeback with David and Judy

….and in the Washington, D.C. area, the cooking events of Sherry and Karl, Leslie and Ted, Kathy and Steve always wrap up my coast-to-coast annual U.S. tour…con gusto!

With Karl and Sherry, three times a charm

With Karl and Sherry, “three times a charm”

Italy ties forged once again with Leslie and Ted

Italy ties forged once again with Leslie and Ted

In Washington, D.C. cooking for the seventh year with Kathy and Steve

In Washington, D.C. cooking for the seventh year with Kathy and Steve

Click here to read about – and see! – all the good times at the 2016 U.S. cooking classes

4 Comments

  • Betty Albert says:

    Annie, though I was not able to see you in Sacramento, your little side trip to Placerville was a chance to renew….what a joy to see you again and show off our Main Street! Next year, Umbria in Gold Country!

  • Anne Robichaud says:

    Betty, so good of you to show me Placerville! A gem…
    Yes, let’s bring Umbria to “Gold Country” in 2017.
    I’m ready.!

  • Hello,
    I emailed you direct to see how we can have to come to our kitchen store and do a Umbria Class! it looks wonderful! and would be a great addition to our first quarter events!
    please let me know how we can make this happen!

    thank you

  • Anne Robichaud says:

    Dianne, thanks and hope to cook the Umbrian flavors with you . I will reply in an email
    Best
    annie in Assisi

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