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The Farmhouse Kitchen

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Megan Thompson wrote a review Oct 2020
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Food glorious food! I had such a wonderful time learning how to make gnocchi and the best tomato sauce I have ever tasted (don't tell my chef fiancé)! The group all sitting down together for lunch and a glass of wine really topped the experience off. Thank you so much Giuliana, Genevieve and who could forget the gorgeous Nonna! I will be back for sure.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from GiulianaW8, Owner at The Farmhouse Kitchen
Responded 15 Oct 2020
Thank you for sharing a day with us on the farm. It was a fun group. Looking forward to seeing you again for more "Food, glorious food!"
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TASYDEVILS wrote a review Sep 2020
Hobart, Australia6 contributions2 helpful votes
What better way to spend an afternoon than making gnocchi and a sumptuous tomato and eggplant sauce and afterward sitting down with a glass of vino to eat while watching rain showers scud across the green, rolling valley below. Thank you Giuliana and Genevieve 😊🍷
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Date of experience: September 2020
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kdbkathmandu wrote a review Oct 2019
Hobart, Australia53 contributions22 helpful votes
A fabulous day doing the Artichoke Master class & would highly recommend. Giuliana is a lovely host sharing amazing & passionate knowledge on Italian cooking & traditions, making everyone feel comfortable and welcome. As well as a huge variety of delicious artichoke dishes cooked and enjoyed for a long lunch with a glass of wine, we learnt to make foccacia and ciabatta bread too. Additional and tasty bonuses of italian cake for morning tea and dessert with tea/coffee means this is an excellent value for money and enjoyable cooking day. Thanks so much for having us today and welcoming us into your home. Would definitely recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from GiulianaW8, Owner at The Farmhouse Kitchen
Responded 20 Oct 2019
Thank you so much. I really enjoy doing this class. I love artichokes and I am keen to show people how fabulous these much-maligned vegetables can be. We had a fun group on Saturday who was happy to chip in and get their hands stained and dirty to enjoy the fruits of our labour later. A good day......
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dorothybarwick wrote a review Sep 2019
Hobart, Australia4 contributions1 helpful vote
I'm not an overly adventurous cook or highly skilled but last night I served up to my family the gnocci and sauce which I learnt how to make at The Farmhouse Kitchen to rave reviews. I must add that I accomplished the feat quite easily. I credit this to the wonderful hands on cooking class and skills of Guiliana. The afternoon class was informative, interesting and interactive. Highly recommended, I attended with a girlfriend as a birthday day out and it was a perfect day. The drive down was pleasant with easy to follow instructions. The food was amazing and after one of the participants being a teenager think it would be great for a mother/daughter day out. The finishing cheesecake was to die for-best that I've ever eaten. Thank you, I will be back
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pegmoro wrote a review Jul 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania95 contributions20 helpful votes
This was a wonderful day of cooking! Enjoyed Giuliana,s stories of her Italian heritage and her culinary expertise...best moment was when she put about fifteen pounds of flour, a little semolina for color and very little yeast in the biggest bowl I’d ever seen...after rising, she cut a log size portion and added 2-3 CUPS of black olives which she incorporated into a glorious lumpy loaf of olive bread...delicious and fun! Everything was interesting...the other participants were great...we had a wonderful day and saw a part of Tasmsnia we would have missed...go! You’ll be glad you did!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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