I went on a cruise 12 years ago to the Mexican Riviera and it was so awkward. My husband and I had been married for five years and had never been on a cruise. We didn't know that different cruise lines cater to certain age groups. We ended up on a senior citizen cruise where the halls were empty at 8pm. We were the only ones dancing in the night clubs with the young staff. The only activity that I seemed to share in common was a cooking class. The chef taught us how to make authentic Alfredo sauce using fresh cream and Parmesan. This is not the recipe I learned but at the time that was the best Alfredo sauce I had ever eaten. I wasn't able to replicate it at home when I got back because the recipe used the metric system and trying to convert was a little tricky for me - I'm pretty sure I kept the recipe so now maybe the older version of me can figure it out.
I love to take cooking classes, although they are hard to find in my area. I had the recent experience of touring Europe the summer of 2019 and I was able to take a cooking class in Florence, Italy. I learned to make the best chocolate mousse and homemade ravioli. It was such a fun experience! Maybe I will be able to share those recipes on a future post. I wanted to share with you an easy version of a classic Alfredo sauce so you will never buy canned Alfredo sauce again! I even dare say, this is even better than any restaurant Alfredo sauce you will ever have. Next time you are craving high end quality Italian, then whip up this very easy and inexpensive sauce and your taste buds will thank you!