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7.07.2016

The Best Cooking Classes in Italy


The Best Cooking Classes in Italy


The Best Cooking Classes in Italy


One of the questions I get asked a lot is where can I take a cooking class while I am visiting Italy? There are so many choices, you can spend a week in one location and dive deep into a particular regional cuisine or you can set aside a few hours and learn one or two classic dishes and techniques. One of the best parts of taking a cooking class in Italy? You get to eat all of your hard work.

Here are some of favorite cooking classes in Italy.


Rome

Elizabeth Minchilli has a new kitchen space in her neighborhood of Monti. You can learn pasta making, take a market tour or explore the Italian art of cocktails. 

Latteria Studio is a bright and breezy space on the edge of Trastevere. Australian transplant Alice organizes popup lessons that include a range of global dishes. 

Walks of Italy organizes a delightful and delicious evening on a Roman rooftop that includes pasta making, prosecco and something sweet. 

Venice

Spend a day with my best Venetian pal Monica and she will show you the best stands in the Rialto market and then teach you secrets of the Venetian kitchen in an elegant palazzo. 

Inside one of Venice's most elegant hotels is an equally elegant kitchen. At the Gritti Epicurean School you will spend a morning with executive chef, Daniele Turco learning about the Venetian cuisine from the fish that come from the lagoon and vegetables grown on nearby islands the Rialto market and then you spend the afternoon prepping and enjoying modern twists of the freshest ingredients. 

Capri

Inside my favorite restaurant on the island of Capri you can spend a few hours with the funny and charming Gianluca D'Esposito who shares his mother's recipes for ravioli Caprese and Torte Caprese. If you love the lemons that are so typical of Capri and the Amalfi Coast, there is an entire class dedicated to just cooking with lemons too! 

Rimini Riveria {Bellaria Igea Marina}

Combine a relaxing beach vacation with true Romanga hospitality with a stay at the Hotel Eliso where you can spend time in Nonna Violante's kitchen learning how to make real bolognese sauce, and roll sheets of pasta that is better exercise than any time spent at the gym. 


The Best Cooking Classes in Italy

The Best Cooking Classes in Italy

The Best Cooking Classes in Italy

The Best Cooking Classes in Italy

The Best Cooking Classes in Italy

The Best Cooking Classes in Italy

2 comments :

  1. Nice list Gillian! Hopefully you can come up to Tuscany and try Jul's Kitchen one day, I know you'd love it!

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    1. I am working on doing just that in September!

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