Whether you’re traveling to Tuscany, Sicily or Venice – you can cook in Italy. These schools offer cooking opportunities you won’t want to miss if you love to cook and travel!
Part of travel for me is discovering the cuisine. It can tell you so much about the culture and people of an area. And, of course, the best place to do that is at a small, out-of-the-way spot where the locals go.
These cooking schools offer small class sizes, cooking with organic foods of the season, intimate settings and surroundings, and good food paired with fragrant wine. Now how could you go wrong?
Toscana Saporita Cooking School – Cooking classes in the heart of Tuscany
This wonderful school occupies the ground floor of a 16th century villa. They welcome students from all over the world.
Soul of Sicily – Cooking in Sicily
The most valuable experience you’ll have with Renée and her friends is the chance to get to know Sicilians who don’t usually work in standard tourism. They share their personal lives with you while you cook in their homes.
Cook in Venice – Learn to cook like an Italian Mama!
Arianna & Monica use seasonal products and are proud to teach traditional Venetian cooking, a mix of recipes with influences from all over Italy and the Middle East, from Arianna’s home kitchen.