After drying off on land we ventured to the second activity of the day. We entered an Italian Pizza house to be greeted by our pizza-making maestro, Salvatore. The team took a seat and as instructed by our charismatic chef, rolled up our sleeves and sized up our Indago-branded aprons. Our trainer, chef Salvatore was a real professional who knew a thing or two about spinning a pizza base in style.
And no, unfortunately we didn’t get to do this, we only learned how to make the dough. It was our first ever pizza making class after all!
Even though none of our pizza bases were made into a meal this afternoon, we took them as gifts to cook at home. Then came dinner… that’s right – pizza! We had a true Italian treat – the best pizzas around with wine on tap. Even though we were given clear instructions on how to make pizza dough at home, it wasn’t as easy as we thought. Well, at least I personally struggled a lot with trying to make a decent size base and had to cheat by using a rolling pin as the dough became very temperamental – but practise makes perfect!