Anne Robichaud received her degrees in both English Literature and Italian Language and Literature from the University of Santa Clara (California) in 1970, after also having completed studies in Italian literature and culture, as well as art history at the University for Foreigners in Perugia, Italy in 1969. She furthered her studies at the University of California, Berkeley in l972 and since 1973 has lived in Italy.
After teaching for two years in Rome, she and her Italian husband moved to a mountain area outside of Assisi (Umbria) where they worked the land, raised three children, and began restoring their farmhouse.
Anne now gives tours of the area and cooking classes both in Italy and in the U.S. She recently asked me to share this information with you, if you are interested. Her annual U.S. Feb/mid-March cooking lessons/lecture tour kicks off in San Francisco this year - and wraps up on the East Coast.
Bring Umbria into your home with her cooking classes or invite family and friends to a gourmet Italian feast cooked by Anne.
My watercolor of Il Tempio di Michele Arcangelo, Perugia, Umbria
For more information on Anne's U.S. tour, go to http://www.annesitaly.com/USevents.html For a full update on all her new tours and articles, visit her Website