Cooking Courses in Italy
Cooking classes one of the many fascinating aspects of travelling to a foreign Country is undoubtedly represented by local food. In our Country this is even more interesting since each of the 20 Italian Regions has a well defined culinary tradition based on local natural produce and on different ways of preparing food according to local taste and tradition.
You won't want to miss the culinary pleasures of Campania, at one time Rome's breadbasket, from a simple pizza (the best in Italy) to an insalata Caprese with Buffalo Mozzarella, the real stuff, a cheese that started here. Because Campania is mainly coastal, some of its best cuisine is of a fishy nature. Any pasta or risotto (rice) alla pescatora (fisherman's style) or ai frutti di mare (literally "fruits of the sea") will be infused with a selection of seafood.
Particularly in Sorrento, the local cuisine has retained its tradition of simple and quick preparation, without too much sophistication, in order to preserve the flavours of the fresh ingredients. The school offers one-day and multi-day hands-on cooking classes as well as all inclusive packages that are offered year round from a minimum of two to a maximum of 15 participants.
On the Amalfi coast, one of the most suggestive and exclusive location in the world, we have a wide selection of cooking courses, in order to rediscover the authentic flavours and the most beloved recipes of the Neapolitan culinary...
In Tuscany - how about learning to make pasta from scratch? Or learning a little more about wines through a one day class? We strongly encourage you to try your hand at making some of the good Tuscan cuisine you'll find throughout the region, either by taking an afternoon lesson or a week-long course. In addition to enjoying the meal you've just learned to prepare, once you're back home you will be able to recreate a small piece of your holiday.