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Hey CraigWhen I first bought my WFO I went to Napa and did a weekend with Andrea Mugniani. I took my wife so it was more of a cooking "vacation" but I got to work the oven a bit and met some nice folks ( oh and lots of wine) We paid some pretty good cash ( check out her rates on her website). I would have no hesitation paying some more good cash to learn all that I could from someone like you. Heck I bet you could fill every weekend you wanted full of people just from this forum alone. If anything, it would certainly pay for your pizza habit and who knows what would turn up... Getting a bunch of pizza geeks around an Acunto with some good wine... sounds like a party to me. I'll be the first to sign up!Scot
Giving lessons does not pay very much...http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/15/the-rise-and-fall-of-a-pizza-making-class/Now, Craig could possibly make a nice little side business(time permitting) out of personal consulting with shop owners and wealthy home enthusiasts/ folks considering an NP restaurant. His credentials are well rounded and solid.But look out $$ if he did put his mind to opening his own full service restaurant. Lot of work though....
I would love to come down there sometime and learn from the master! Maybe make a little trip around the OU vs Texas football game? Craig do you have any hook up with tickets? Maybe come down on a Thursday and cook Friday then head off to the game on Saturday? I'm in!
Roberto's School at Keste is a 10 day program. Its $4500. While I am sure it is well worth the money, I just can't afford the 10 days off at this point in my life! I've heard that Craig's school is only 4 days, and we get to stay in yurts in the back yard. That sounds more doable! John K
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