We’re meeting at the metro station of Pozzuoli (Linea 2), then we walk across the remains of the ancient Roman city of Puteoli, which was a metropolis and a wealthy cosmopolitan port. We can visit its Amphiteatre, the third largest of the Roman world, with the best preserved underground rooms ever found! Afterwards we walk down to the port to see the Macellum of Puteoli also known as the Temple of Serapis, a precious market place. There are the huge columns in cipollino marble, corroded by the maritime dates, whose holes mark the level reached by the seawater, they are considered the thermometer of Bradysism, a volcanic phenomena which causes the rising and the sinking of the coast. At the port we can go shopping to the modern market, where we’ll buy the ingredients for our cooking lesson. When we’re ready we walk to Tata Tetta’sto learn some of her secrets. We have a choice of three menus: Basic menu:Paccheri alla Napoletana with sausages and friarielli vegetables, polpettonewith potatoes, tiramisu and Falanghina white wine Advanced menu: Palle di riso white (with ham and peas) or red (with sausages and provola cheese), Orange-flavored chicken, Caprese cake and Aglianico red wine Handmade pasta menu: Handmade Tagliatelle with cherry tomatoes, rocket and little shrimps, mint-flavoured sword fish, Tuscan apple cake and Piedirosso red wine.