My stay at Il Borro Resort in Tuscany with Jetsetter! I’ve stayed at this property a few times and it’s one of my favorite places in the world- owned by the Salvatore Ferragamo family. I learn about wine making, cook pizza and pasta, ride a horse through a Tuscan vineyard and more! Thought I’d share this video on my personal channel. Make sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel for more videos. So many more coming! Watch my experience at Il Borro here!
The last time I visited Barcelona I cooked authentic Spanish paella at a local’s house. I knew I wanted to do something with food while I was there, and what better way than learning how to make one of the most traditional Spanish dishes. The program was called La Salsamenta, and you can book through their website or find them on Air B n’ B experiences for Barcelona. I learned a lot about Paella and it was such a fun and interactive experience. Watch the video below of the highlights, and a big thank you to La Salsamenta for having me!
I’ve been to Italy many times, but this was my first time visiting Tuscany. I absolutely loved it and couldn’t have had a better first experience. I stayed at Salvatore Ferragamo’s resort called IL BORRO. Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves is the 700 acre estate in the heart of Tuscany known as Il Borro. The property is breathtaking, and it is one of those places in the world that is truly magical. Il Borro was established more than a thousand years ago and has a lot of rich history. A lot of the ancient history remains a mystery, but it is known that the property was a lookout point on the Roman road “Cassia”which they built a fort due to its strategic location. Prestigious families owned the property dated back to the 12th century, until Ferruccio Ferragamo bought the resort in 1993 and restored the estate to what it is today. I stayed in one of their luxury suites in the quaint and charming medieval village. The village is untouched from hundreds of years ago, and it …
Watch me make red wine risotto with Executive Chef Andrea Campani from Osteria Del Borro, Tuscany. Stay tuned for a full video + blog post about my magical experience at Ferragamo’s Resort Il Borro…coming soon!
Check out my cooking experience at the restaurant Buca Di Bacco in Positano, Italy where I got to interview Executive Chef Andrea Ruggiero and make my own Scialatielli ai frutti di mare (seafood pasta)!
You know I love a good burger. I was invited to Hache LA in Silverlake to make my own burger in their kitchen! I did everything from grind the meat, make the patty, grill and garnish the burger. I even got to make my own fresh strawberry basil lemonade and homemade custards! I had so much fun. They use steak meat from a sirloin cut and you can see them grinding the steak meat as your order. At Hache LA, they make all their sauces from scratch as well as their custards and specialty drinks. You can taste the quality, and everything is delicious. It is a great burger so for all you burger lovers out there, make a stop at Hache LA and tell me what you think! I personally recommend the “Karma Burger”. The special Karma sauce is addicting! Enjoy!!!