Da Campo Osteria Offers Weekly Mozzarella-Pulling Classes

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It seems that Da Campo Osteria's executive chef, Joseph Quinn, isn't the kind to keep secrets. The chef, known for his fresh-pulled mozzarella prepared tableside at Da Campo Osteria, has decided to let some budding chefs in on his cheese-making secrets.

Quinn will hold a weekly mozzarella-making class starting Thursday, May 17. The classes, which will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the restaurant, will feature chef's secrets on how to hand-pull mozzarella. 

The class isn't all work, however. Each participant will enjoy a welcome

glass of Prosecco and up to two additional wine

pairings while being shown chef's techniques. 

The class is $25 per person, and all students receive a complimentary

bottle of olive oil to take home. Class size is limited to ten people.

Call 954-564-4400 to reserve a place at the table.

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