The Evolution of Italian Cuisine

Professional Culinary & Baking Program, Classic & Modern Italian Regional Cuisine, Specialty Breads, Pizza, Focaccia, Desserts, Cheesemaking & Visit to Sicily


Certificate Program Instructed by the ICI Masters

TWO Weeks Full Immersion for Chefs, Bakers & Home Gourmets

LEARN COOK FEAST and live this everyday

About this program

Whether you are a professional chef or a serious home gourmet, no other two week course in the world will give you more knowledge and cooking experience than the Evolution of Italian Cuisine.

Working alongside master chefs you will discover how to recreate the authentic vibrant flavours that have made Italy the food capital of the world.

Advanced Technique
This program focuses on cooking methods to create new flavour assemblies with modern standards for healthier eating while respecting the integrity of century old traditions synthesising haute cuisine with the simplicity of the Mediterranean.

The Chef at 360 Deg.
Several areas of the menu are prepared and presented including perfect base sauces, pastas, vegetarian and Mediterranean cuisine. Special emphasis is placed on baking, integrating specialty breads, hearth breads, pizza, focaccia and desserts into the chef’s repertoire.

New Recipe Development
A side by side preparation of Traditional and Innovative Italian dishes are contrasted for flavours, colours and nutritive values. This cooking and tasting method gives participants the opportunity to see and taste the evolution of Italian cuisine and, most importantly, the ability to evolve his or her own technique for new recipe development.

Cultural Travel
The history of cuisine is evidenced throughout the program and thus includes cultural travel to several different genres of restaurants as well as visits to artisan cheese makers, wine and olive oil producers and the the enchanting island of Sicily.

As always, this program is all inclusive from the time of arrival at the airport until departure. Accommodations, ground transfers, all meals and cultural travel are all included.


  • Private transfer from Lamezia Terme Airport to the hotel.
  • Check in at the hotel.
  • Dinner at a traditional trattoria with ICI president John Nocita and other members of the equipe.

A ‘trattoria’ is a restaurant that is usually family owned and operated and, most importantly, exemplifies the character of the genuine local cuisine in any part of Italy. Here, menus are not needed as patrons are only served the best dishes the area has to offer…

  • Overnight at the hotel.

A dish is only as good as the raw ingredients that are used to construct it. This intensive introductory day gives participants a profound understanding of the most indispensable products used in regional Italian cuisine and patisserie.

Degustation and gustatory analysis are the processes by which culinarians taste and analyze each single ingredient and classifies them according to intensity and region thus enabling him or her to create dishes and recipes authentically and, if necessary, to make suitable substitutions based on a clear guideline.

The day culminates with the preparation of ‘component’ ingredients. This technique personalises the most basic raw ingredients since some countries have limited availability of some Italian products. This allows participants to create authentic Italian cuisine anywhere in the world.

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Orientation for the program’s lessons and events
  • Overview of Italian Regional and Mediterranean Cuisine and Patisserie: facts, myths and history
  • Distinguishing quality:
  • Analysis and tasting of the lesser known raw materials necessary to construct authentic dishes in Regional Italian and Mediterranean Cuisine.
    • Cheeses DOP
    • Cured Meats
    • Olives, Sundried and Conserved Vegetables
    • Salt and spices
    • Sugar and sweeteners

Day 1 begins with a mega-tasting of over 50 types of cheese, cured meats, extra virgin olive oils, balsamics and more!

Truffles and Mushrooms

Nero named them Cibus Deorum (food of the gods). Ancient Greeks believed that Venus created them as an aphrodisiac. Apicius in his 1st century thesis on culinary art dedicated an entire chapter to them. Gastronomic pioneer Brillat Savarin described them as “diamonds of cuisine”. Others who have taken the time to write about them include Napoleon Bonaparte, Pope Gregory IV, Kings Louis XIV and Louis XVIII, Gioacchino Rossini, Queen Elizabeth II, President Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe.

Truffles! Those who are familiar with them will fall in love with their unique aroma and exciting flavor. Those who have not yet had the pleasure of tasting truffles, only know them as the white or black tubers that can cost as much as €6000 per kilogram…

  • Introduction to truffles & wild mushrooms
    • Truffle Fact Sheet: identifying and distinguishing black vs. white
    • The truffle throughout the centuries: history and legend.
    • Where truffles come from
    • Truffle hunters
    • Preparing and preserving truffles
    • Cooking with Truffles
    • Black vs. White

  • In-depth examination of Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oils including regional differentiation, gustatory perception and the proper methods which define the use of specific oils with particular cuisines as well as their positions in the menu. Tasting conducted according to guidelines established by Maestri Oleari (Italian Master Olive Oil Sommelier Association).
  • Infusing oils
    • Cold
    • Hot
    • Fast infusions
    • Infusing for long conservation
  • Lunch
  • Distinguishing Genuine Balsamic Vinegar: Labeling, Tasting and Pairing Vinegars:
    • Balsamic: 3 Years; 12 Years; 25 Years
    • Alternative Vinegars
  • Chemistry review

  • Flours & Grains: analysis of Italy’s unique flours for taste, texture, elasticity, longevity of the finished product, cost and international availability or substitutions. Includes the common types of flours used for pasta and bread making such as semola, durum wheat, corn flour and whole wheat as well as more uncommon flours such as spelt, buckwheat, truffle flour, and chestnut flour.The possibilities for fine flavor are endless…
  • Molecular Gastronomy: truths and myths
  • Overview of the materials, tools, procedures and techniques for better cooking and plate decoration.
  • The preparation of component recipes used in traditional Italian Regional cuisine.
  • The preparation of innovative sauces utilized in appetizers, first and main dishes and their improvisation according to market availability, season and price. These sauces will center on modern healthier cuisine emphasizing reduction techniques, emulsions and infusions.
  • Experimenting with sauce uniformities for plating procedures.
  • End of lesson
  • Dinner at ICI
  • Overnight at the hotel

An exclusive day where the maestro spans all twenty regions of Italy. This full immersion day allows participants not only to prepare, see and taste flavors from every part of the Italian peninsula, it also gives the necessary techniques to create scores of different dishes for each one presented.

 Modern eating trends, health consciousness, individual tastes, availability of raw materials, etc., are all factors in the evolution of cuisine. However, in order to “update”, “modify” or “innovate” a recipe, we must do so while retaining as much integrity as possible to the original recipe and, specifically, the original FLAVOR. This isn’t solely for the sake of tradition but for the fact that many of these famous Italian dishes have remained popular for centuries because local chefs and nature got them right the first time!

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Primi Tradizionali (Traditional Regional Italian First Courses)
    • “Long” Sauces
      • ABRUZZO: Ragù di Agnello con Maccheroni alla Chitarra
      • EMILIA ROMAGNA: Lasagne alla Bolognese
    • Risotto
      • VENETO: Risotto al Nero di Seppia
      • LOMBARDIA: Risotto alla Milanese
    • Gnocchi
      • CAMPANIA: Gnocchi Napoli con Pomodoro e Mozzarella di Bufala
      • SARDEGNA: Gnocchi Sardi allo Zafferano o Le Fregole

Fregole ai Frutti di Mare

  • “La Cucina Stagnata” (Deep Dishes/Casseroles): Traditionally, these “deep dishes” have a long cooking time and are prepared in large quantities. They are then transferred to terracotta dishware and many times are first passed into a wood burning oven, giving them a unique richness, and served in the same terracotta either family style or in individual servings. They are perfect for high volume banquet catering.

    • TUSCANY: Ribollita
    • SICILY: Coccia
    • CALABRIA: Morzello
  • La Cucina alla Padella: the technique of working from a “mystery basket” creating sublime flavors from the best the day’s marketplace has to offer…
    • LIGURIA: Zuppa di Pesce
    • PUGLIA: Cozze N’Pepata
    • LAZIO: Saltimbocca
  • Lunch
  • Cooking with Truffles
    • UMBRIA: Zuppa di Farro
    • PIEMONTE: Verdure con Fonduta
  • Mushrooms: Fresh or Frozen vs. Dried. Both are considered delicacies but they cannot be interchanged. A side by side comparison demonstrates proper usage and the cooking techniques to attain sublime flavors for both.Polenta Concia, Trentino, Italy

Risotto, Quail, Wild Fennel & Truffles (Tuber Melanosporum vitt)

    • BASILICATA: Funghi Porcini Trifolata
    • TRENTINO-ALTO ADIGE: Polenta Concia
  • Tasting of sweet delicacies from the remaining regions of Italy.
  • End of lesson.
  • Dinner at the hotel.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

In Italy, restaurateurs know that it’s not a question of IF a patron will order pasta, it’s simply a matter of which one. Internationally, what was a trend has now become an essential part of menus in Italian and Continental restaurants, and hotels throughout the world. For diners, pasta represents a healthy, tasty, colourful dish. For chefs and home cooks, pasta represents unlimited creativity and for restaurateurs it represents enormous profits…

In addition to hands-on preparation, participants learn Regionalism. Understanding where each pasta comes from in Italy enables culinarians to identify the appropriate sauces or condiments for that dish. It also gives a clear idea of how to pair that dish with the perfect wine and, most importantly, create an entire regional menu with pasta as the starter.

During this lesson, participants work hands-on alongside the master preparing over 50 types of pasta in just one day!

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Chemistry review
  • Brief history of pasta and the role of pasta in regional Italian cooking and the F&B sector generally.
  • Making natural colors and dyes

  • Hands-on preparation of a series of white, colored and multicolored egg based pasta:
    • Angel Hair
    • Farfalle
    • Farfalline
    • Farfallone
    • Fettuccine
    • Garganelle
    • Maltagliati
    • Pappardelle
    • Tagliatelle
    • Tagliolini
    • Taglierini

  • Hands-on preparation of a series of white, colored and multicolored stuffed pasta:
    • Agnolotti
    • Cannelloni
    • Caramelle
    • Fornarina
    • Lasagne
    • Open Lasagne
    • Manicotti
    • Panzarotti
    • Ravioli
    • Sacchettini
    • Tortelle
    • TortelliniPasta ai Frutta di Mare
    • Tortelloni
  • Lunch
  • Hands-on preparation of a series of eggless and alternative flour pasta:
    • Casarecce
    • Cavatelli
    • Fusilli Bucati
    • Pici
    • Pizzoccheri
    • Scilatelle
    • Strozzapreti
    • Trofie

Angel Hair Pasta with Braised Calamari, Scorched Tomato and Basil Emulsion

The technique of matching pasta and sauces according to gustatory perception, aesthetics and menu position.

  • A new series of innovative stuffed pastas and baked “gratinati” will be introduced demonstrating the technique of developing new recipes based on market availability and cost factors.
  • Preparation of traditional and innovative pasta pies, torts and “timballi”.
  • Preparation of gnocchi: potato and vegetable based “low carb” pasta.
  • Plating and decoration.
  • Preparation of the biga for next day’s lesson.
  • End of lesson.
  • Dinner at the hotel
  • Overnight at the hotel

This full day, hands-on program features world champion bakers and master chefs as they bring even the most experienced chefs to new levels. During this intense day, participants work alongside the masters preparing traditional Italian regional baked specialties using natural yeast techniques.

Following the preparation of traditional baked products, a line of innovative delicacies are made demonstrating how participants can personalise their recipes for their clients or guests.

A series of specialty breads are prepared using Italy’s unique flour combinations combined with seasonal ingredients. Breads, pizza and focaccia are all prepared with a fabulous spectrum of textures, flavours and colours.

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Lesson begins with Colazione Italiana alla Artigiana.

In the age of frozen breakfast pastries, packaged breads and industrially made condiments, the classic Italian breakfast has become as exclusive as fine dining is at any other time of day.

Assorted hearth breads, freshly prepared creams of nuts and chocolate mass, and jams made with seasonal fruit highlight this “colazione” or first meal.

So rare, even in Italy, an artisan breakfast can only be found at select cafés at triple the price of a common continental breakfast. A brief explanation of the meal and its importance is followed by a tasting.

  • Chemistry review
  • Hands-on preparation of specialty rolls for home, restaurant or banquet service using dry, fresh and liquid flavors:
    • Dry: cracked pepper, sesame, oregano
    • Fresh: sundried tomatoes, olives, dill
    • Liquid: pureed and emulsified vegetables
  • Hands-on preparation of traditional Italian regional and international leavened breads and “sfizioisi” using mixed yeast combinations
    • Ciabatta
    • Ciabattina
    • Baguette
    • Grissini

  • Lunch
  • Examination of regional Italian pizze and focaccie and their international gastronomic and economic importance in commercial food service and fine dining.
  • Preparation of classic Regional focaccia and pizza followed by their innovative counterparts.
    • Participants prepare several types of pizza and focaccia utilising various doughs and ingredients while changing cooking methods for each item, revealing vastly diverse results for each with simple modifications in technique.
  • The lesson ends with tasting and discussion of the various techniques and flavour combinations used by each participant. Special attention is focused on the conservation of all preparations.
  • Assembly of a hearth buffet.
  • End of lesson
  • Dinner at a classic hearth oven pizzeria.

Pizzerias in Italy are distinguished in several ways in Italy. Tonight we visit a hearth pizzeria. Pizza from a wood burning oven is a delicacy enjoyed in a unique festive atmosphere, especially amongst colleagues. After a day of pizza production, participants are ready to make the comparison…

  • Overnight at the hotel.

By combining all of the knowledge gained thus far, participants will now prepare dishes alongside the master in this unique combined program. Recipes are now replaced by techniques as culinarians create personal dishes that can either be traditional and authentically Italian or modified according to a specific clientele or guest.

‘Neither Meat nor Fish’, ‘Mediterranean and Alternative Cuisine’ and ‘Cucina Espressa’ are where modern Mediterranean and vegetarian cuisine are combined and presented with a thoroughness and clarity unique to the industry even in Italy…

When tradition needs no innovation..
Pesto all genovese, a vegetarian flavour explosion..

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Mise en place

  • Assembley of avant-garde hot and cold antipasti (appetizers) are prepared incorporating meat, fish, wild game and verdure. Substitutions for meat and fish components will be discussed and presented. Factors for determining appetizers as stand alone plates or buffet items will be examined depending on cost considerations and “need for speed”.
  • Tradition vs. Innovation
    • A side-by-side preparation of inter-regional Italian cuisine where dishes are prepared in the traditional manner and then elevated to the standards of modern cuisine, aesthetics and health standards clearly demonstrating the evolution of Italian cuisine.
  • Lunch

  • La Cucina Espressa – Mediterranean Cooking in under 10 minutes.
    • The techniques used in these preparations give participants the ability to create literally hundreds of unique, healthy and colorful “express” dishes. Dishes are seasonal and change accordingly.
  • Risotto
    • Choosing the best rice.
    • Preparation and execution of perfect risotto.
  • Cooking with Truffles
    • Several delicacies are prepared using one of the world’s most precious ingredients.

Following the latest trends in Italy, techniques will enable the chef to interchange vegetarian menu items for appetizers, first courses and main courses. Applications of emulsions reveal flavour medleys and techniques for new recipe development.

Particular focus towards advanced plating technique and presentation.

  • End of lesson.
  • ICI Master Chef’s dinner: Multi-course dinner accompanied with Italy’s top wines.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Saffron risotto with black truffles and veggie demi..

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Market Visit
  • Early morning visit to a traditional mercatino for tastings and shopping.

A typical Italian open air market offers culinarians an insight to the country’s most traditional customs and an opportunity to browse foods, cheeses, wines and cured meats that are still produced by artisans.

Mercatino is a culinary playground..

  • Free time at mercatino
  • Transfer a the seaside town for a tasting of Cirò wines.

Cirò means “Cyprus” in Italian and is the place where the Ancient Greeks settled in 710BC as part of Magna Grecia or Great Greece. Here, participants will taste the same wines that opened the ceremonies at the 2004 Olympic Ceremonies in Athens.

The Cirò D.O.C. red wines are among the oldest wines in Europe and have recently been dubbed as “Super Southerns” by the world’s most authoritative wine publications.

In the last 20 years, the region has become renown for a limited selection of super whites as well. We’ll taste them alongside typical cured meats and cheeses from the area’s top producers.


  • Artisan Gelato Tasting

Gelato is now the world’s fastest growing sector of patisserie In Italy, it even exceeds pizza in sales volume. A chef must know everything about gastronomy. This knowledge not only comes from studying but from tasting as well.

ICI is equipped with both conventional and wood fired pizza ovens

  • Lunch
  • Return to the laboratory.
  • Review of tools and base techniques for wood burning pizza making.
  • Fundamentals: knowing the raw materials, characteristics of the equipment and general production techniques.
  • Preparing the doughs and levitation.
  • Alternative doughs
  • Alternative cooking methods
  • Colored doughs
  • Overview of variations according to season and theme.
  • Pizza party at ICI’s hearth oven pizzeria where every participant makes individual personal pizzas.
  • Overnight at the hotel.
  • Free days to enjoy the beach, travel around Calabria, visit Sicily, Naples or the Amalfi Coast or go to a football match. All are easily accessible by train and car!

  • All meals with wines are included every day of the program, even weekends for those who do not travel. The ICI team is always available to assure your time here is fabulous!

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Early morning departure with breakfast on the way to cross the Straits of Messina for Sicily.

Those who’ve read The Odyssey, will remember what a terrible time Ulysses had getting past Scylla and Charybdis, which flank what is now known as the Straits of Messina. We’ll have an easier time on one of Italy’s famous traghetto. A special tradition that we follow on the boat is to eat an arancino. Aficionados throughout Italy actually travel to the ferry only for a taste of this exclusive delicacy!

After crossing with the ferry, we continue and arrive in Taormina for some free time. Established in 358 BC, Taormina is home to some of the most precious Roman and Ancient Greek ruins on earth including the Greek Theater (300 BC). Taormina’s own treasures include Palazzo Corvaja (10th century), the Duomo (13th century) and much more.

  • Lunch at a family owned restaurant featuring classic Sicilian cuisine including Caponata, Pasta alla Norma (pasta with eggplant and three cheeses), Pesce Spada con Finochietto Selvatico (fresh swordfish with wild fennel) and more.
  • Following lunch is a tasting of Italy’s, and the world’s best gelato, just another delicacy that Sicily is famous for.
  • After lunch there’s free time to enjoy the sights and shopping of Taormina, both of which are endless…

Taormina truly characterizes the island of Sicily. The ancient city is surrounded by incredible beauty and is situated on a bluff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and Europe’s most active volcano, Mt. Etna. Shopping in Taormina is a sogno siciliano…a Sicilian Dream!

The Greek Theater (300 BC)

  • Upon return, we stop in Messina for a visit to a pasticceria, a pastry laboratory, where we taste the famous Cannoli and a caffè.
  • Evening return to the hotel with a roadside colazione on the way.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Cannoli, a Sicilian treasure

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • This program is one of the finest for a single day of Italian pastry. Throughout the years our masters have earned numerous medals in International competitions including the Coupe du Monde.
  • During this intensive program, ICI presents a thorough history of Italian patisserie
  • Assembly of component materials: participants will be presented with the skills necessary to construct classic and modern semi-freddoes, Italian mignon, torts and desserts.
  • Lunch

  • Assembly of decoration materials.
    Final assembly of a product from each concentration.
  • Discussion explains how these techniques can be tweaked to make new recipes for any taste, season or budget.
  • Special attention is given to modern alimentary tendencies developed by ICI.
  • Assembly of Buffet dei Dolci and tasting.
  • End of lesson.
    Dinner at the hotel.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Mise en place
  • Cucina Creativa is the creation of any dish that embraces the flavors, colors and spirit of Italian regional cuisine but does not adhere to traditional rules. In this segment:
    • Tradition & Transformation: Staple dishes, famous for centuries are modified to excite all the senses. Innovations include new serving temperatures, textures, structure and elevated plating and presentation.
    • Intensifying Flavor: Using combined cooking techniques, new exceptional flavors are developed offering your clientele the most enhanced dining experience ever
    • Presentation and tasting of plates.
  • Lunch

Crudo, cotto, stracotto.. A Tris is a plate that has three main components that love being in the same place together with their accompaniments..

Spicy orecchiette…

  • Artisan Italian Cheesemaking:

During this hands-on segment, participants are taken through each step of cheesemaking beginning with the planning and development of each recipe, the phases necessary for production, storage and aging options and optimal serving and accompaniments for each cheese.

Stretching curds for mozzarella

    • Fundamental Rules and Chemistry
    • The Cheesemaking Process
    • Machines and Equipment
    • Production planning:
    • With the aid of the ICI Recipes & Techniques’ manual issued to every participant, a multi-flavor and texture production system is constructed.
    • Flexible parameters enable cheese makers to design ad hoc or custom production systems based on individual needs including regional availability of raw materials, market demand, staff challenges, cost factors and laboratory and display space.
  • Cheese production:
    • Caciotta
    • Custom flavored cheeses:
      • Truffles
      • Porcini mushrooms
    • Ricotta
    • Mozzarella
  • Smoking
    • The smoking of cheese has several important effects on the final product. The antimicrobial and antioxidant properties of smoke act as enhanced natural preservatives enabling cheesemakers to extend aging choices.
    • Smoke also adds unique colors to cheese. Finally, depending on the smoke source (type of wood, tea, coffee, sugar, etc.) flavor options are unlimited!
  • End of lesson.
  • Dinner at ICI.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Perfect burrata..

This day had been designed to make sure that everyone who leaves ICI cooks perfect Italian food! Today participants cook several delicacies alongside the chefs who will assist as needed assuring perfect results.

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Participants cook alongside an instructor, giving the advantage of examining each step of the preparation and cooking process ensuring that everyone that completes this program knows how to present excellent Italian food..

  • Lunch
  • Lesson resumes
  • Common errors that foreign chefs typically make while preparing Italian menus will be coached both during the prep process and while examining the completed menu.
  • Competition Guidelines.
  • End of lesson.
  • Evening transfer to dinner at an “agriturismo”.

An agriturismo is owned and operated by farmers of both livestock and vegetation. Settings range from chalets, to centuries old villas, to the stalls that once housed animals.

Here we dine on truly local delicacies, all of which are produced by the proprietors. Every item on the menu, including the extra virgin olive oil, cheese, cured meats, breads, wines, etc., are made on the premises, offering a unique insight into Italian artisan gastronomy and flavor.

  • Return and overnight at the hotel.

Al fresco dining at an agriturismo..

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Market Visit
  • Morning visit to a traditional mercatino on the seaside for tastings and shopping.
  • Free time at mercatino
  • Lunch
  • Free afternoon for packing or saying arrivederci to new found friends.

Awarding of Certificates

  • Aperitivo all’Italiana in a seatown cafe. A bottle of prosecco or cocktails accompany this Italian tradition rarely seen and experienced outside of Italy where a “drink” becomes a feast accompanied by a hot and cold buffet of regional Italian specialties and music.
  • Return and overnight at the hotel.

Aperitivo.. a presto!!

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to Lamezia Terme airport
  • Arrivederci!!!


PRICE: €3995 per person


  • Private transfer from Lamezia Terme International Airport to the hotel.
  • Theoretical and practical lessons & all related costs at the Italian Culinary Institute. (100+ hrs. Full Immersion over 1 week)
  • Accommodations at the a three star hotel. Calabria, Italy. (**Dbl. Occ.) 14 Nts.
  • Full use of Hotel facilities.
  • Complete board: All meals with wines included at the Hotel, ICI, local restaurants and special destinations during excursions.
  • *Special excursions (including transfers):
    • Welcome dinner at a trattoria
    • Visit and Wine Tasting in an Enoteca; Artisan Gelato Tasting
    • Dinner at an Agriturismo
    • Dinner at a Hearth Oven Pizzeria
    • ICI Master Chef’s dinner
    • Farewell Dinner
    • Aperitivo all’Italiana in a seatown cafe.
    • Two visits to Mercatino
    • Visit to Messina and Taormina, Sicily including patisserie tasting in Messina, lunch in Taormina, roadside dinner, arancini on the ferry crossing and private transfer
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Tax and gratuities
  • All meals include wines, bottled water, tax and gratuities.

*Price does not include airfare or other travel during free time.
*Price based on double occupancy
Single supplement is €395 pp


  • September 16 – 30, 2023 FULL
  • October 14 – 28, 2023 FULL
  • January 13 – 27, 2024 FULL
  • May 11 – 25, 2024
  • June 8 – 22, 2024
  • September 14 – 28, 2024
  • January 11 – 25, 2025 FULL

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