Photos - Cooking in Paradise on the Amalfi Coast

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We make fresh mozzarella by hand with Biaggio at the villa in Amalfi. Mozzarella is a famous cheese from Naples. Our guests smiling and learning about the wines of the Amalfi Coast. There's never a shortage of gorgeous scenery overlooking the town of Atrani and out into the hills of the Coast At one time, paper was made from cloth. We visit this antique water-driven, paper hammer-mill that still is in use! A little entertainment at the villa. Our guests love when Peppe and Anthony play classic Italian songs in Amalfi. Pasta Fagiole or Pasta Fazul as they call it locally! We make it fresh from scratch here in Amalfi, Italy. Italy is famous for weekly farmer's markets so you are getting produce fresh from the farm. Our villa has a wood-burning pizza oven and guests learn how to make authentic pizza Napoletana. Fresh from scratch. Everyone is always happy and ready to learn to cook some great Italian recipes at our cooking classes here in Amalfi. Drinking a cold beer in the warm outdoors with a stunning view of the Amalfi Coast. Cooking and baking local favorite dishes throughout Italy. Positano, one of the crown jewels of the Amalfi Coast - We visit Positano by private boats. Ravello, Italy was the playground of the wealthy nobility of Italy from centuries ago as can be seen at Villa Rufalo. Breaking out in song and dance at the Villa Eremo in Amalfi on during pizza night! Tour host, Claudia relaxing on the scenic patio at the villa in Amalfi. Enjoying a drink on the private boats on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. We make a local fresh pasta that needs to be dried before using it in our pasta fagiole. A delicious bean and pasta soup A gorgeous sunset overlooking Positano, Italy on the Amalfi Coast. Our guests have a unique dining experience on our way back from Positano. Amazing, fresh seafood and other delicacies. One of the most incredible archeological sites in all the world, we have a personal guided visit through the ruins. We make hand-made pizza dough for our Traditional Napolitano Pizza and party in Amalfi, Italy This wonderful couple celebrated their wedding anniversary with us in Amalfi! Auguri! There are often these breathtaking sunrise views from our villa in the hills above the towns of Amalfi and Atrani. Serving homemade Italian food on the Amalfi coast with a gorgeous view. Baba it is a traditional dessert of Amalfi Coast, that we learn how to make from scratch in our cooking class. The world famous Blue Grotto is one of our stops on our boats when we tour Capri Island, Italy - Truly remarkable! Our friend, Biaggio is an expert cheese-maker and he teaches our guests how to make the freshest mozzarella in Amalfi Debbie and Robert are longtime guests and friends. They are cooking out on the patio of the villa on the Amalfi Coast. At the beginning of each one of our vacations, we always have a very special welcome dinner for our guests. After our visit to Postiano we get back on board our private boats. We will stop at Sunset for Prosecco toast We take a lot of photos during all our vacation weeks! All of which are available on our Facebook for you. Learning to cook some amazing Italian food during cooking class at the villa in Amalfi, Italy Tintore grapes from a vineyard in the hills of Tramonti, where we visit the vineyard and cantina for a tasting and lunch Smiling and soaking up the sun during a hands on cooking class on the Amalfi coast. Some of our guests get very excited about their bucket-list vacation destinations - Including Positano - Amalfi Coast. Waiting for the homemade fresh, hot pizza out of the wood-burning oven in Amalfi! About to head into the Blue Grotto off the coast of Capri Island. It's a wonder of the world. Villa Rufalo in Ravello, Italy is a great place to wander the gardens, exhibits or just take in the views. Cocce is a specialty pasta made in this area of the Amalfi Coast. We use it for our Pasta Fagiole. Weekly Market is a very common tradition in just about every town in Italy. Shopping for clothes, bags, food, and goods Our friend, Carlo, teaches us his "secret" method to make the best limoncello during our Limoncello class. Smiling and waving from beautiful Positano on the Amalfi Coast.