Florence offers plenty of engaging cooking classes — after cooking your meal, you’ll get to feast on your fresh creations. (Rick Steves’ Europe)

Florence offers plenty of engaging cooking classes — after cooking your meal, you’ll get to feast on your fresh creations. (Rick Steves’ Europe)

Under the Tuscan fork: A culinary journey to Florence

The iconic city offers a wide array of delicacies beyond the usual Italian pizza and pasta fare.

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