Taking a cooking class in a private home is a fantastic way to dive into Italy’s food culture. Classes are held during the weekend in the morning, in English by Chef Clara: she is an enthusiastic Italian foodie in her mid-forties, a Le Cordon Bleu graduate, an experienced Italian cookery teacher and a certified sommelier. She loves to cook and has shared her passion for food and wine with people from all over the world for many years. Her aim is to combine teaching cookery with the traditions, habits and customs of the Italian way of life.
We meet in the morning in Clara’s typical Italian home for a chat about the menu of the day: four traditional Italian recipes, depending on the season and availability of ingredients in the local market. All ingredients are of first-class quality, 100% Italian, fresh, organic and available worldwide wherever you live. The aim of the school is to teach you how to prepare the meal yourself from the antipasto to the coffee so that you can repeat it in future for your family and friends, a very special souvenir to take home!
Then it’s time to “wash your hands”, tie on your apron and come into the kitchen to cook a complete traditional Italian meal together. After two-and-a-half hours of fun in the kitchen, the moment finally comes to taste the results of our teamwork, sitting around the table in a typical Italian dining room to eat what we have prepared, and drink Italian wine selected by our sommelier, who will explain the wine and the reasons for the choice/pairing.
At the end of the morning, you will receive a genuine Italian cooking diploma and printed recipe booklet, a souvenir that will last a lifetime!
We start by preparing
Vegetarian, pescatarian and gluten free menus are also available upon request.
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Piazza 6 Febbraio - Milano
The address of the school is piazza VI Febbraio, 22, Milano (CityLife – M5 Tre Torri); main entrance is next to the coffee shop "L'altro bar". To reach piazza 6 Febbraio you can take a taxi or use public transportation, in this case you have the following options: - if you come from Duomo cathedral you can take tram 19 (direction p.za Castelli) from via Orefici/piazza Cordusio to piazza 6 Febbraio (10 stops - 25 minutes) - if you come from Cadorna M1 M2 metro station, walk to via Monti/piazza Virgilio (350 mt = 0,2 miles) and take tram 19 (direction p.za Castelli) to piazza 6 Febbraio (6 stops - 20 minutes) - if you come from the train stations (Centrale and Garibaldi) the nearest metro station is Tre Torri on the new M5 (direction Bignami-San Siro), then walk 200 mt (0.1 mile) to piazza 6 Febbraio (from the exit in piazza Tre Torri proceed to Galleria Castelli Ferrari until you reach piazza VI Febbraio, then keep going until you see the coffee shop "L'altro bar"). - if you come from other places in Milano you can use the “Journey planner” app of ATM Milano http://www.atm.it/en/Pages/default.aspx for directions.