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Discover the unique flavors and influences of Sicilian cuisine with a 5-hour, hands-on cooking class in Palermo. After shopping for fresh, seasonal ingredients at a local farmers’ market, head to a well-equipped home kitchen in an 18th-century building. Under the guidance of a chef instructor, learn to prepare an authentic 4-course meal of classic Sicilian dishes including dessert. Sit down to savor your freshly made creations paired with local wine.
Take a half-day cooking class with a local chef, Antonio, for a typical experience in a Sicilian home. Learn to prepare delicious dishes and take home recipes to make at home. Possible dishes may include fish or meat, with vegetarian options available with advance notice. Top off your lesson with a 4-course dinner of the foods you helped to make, accompanied by wine, coffee, and limoncello.
Palermo is known for its distinctive cuisine, still served overwhelmingly in private homes that are not accessible to most visitors. With this cooking class, explore the city’s culinary landscape with a guided visit through a historic Capo market followed by a hands-on lesson to prepare classic dishes with the help of a local chef. Make a full meal from appetizer to dessert, and then sample your handiwork over lunch.
Your day in Palermo is just winding down, the sun's about to set... It's time for an Aperitivo. This glamorous Italian tradition is loved all over the world, and this is your chance to learn how to prepare it for yourself, the perfect souvenir. Preparing the perfect aperitivo is an art; you will learn how to prepare a selection of five elegant nibbles to pair with with a refreshing glass of fizz, ideal for sharing with friends in the early evening. Your aperitivo will be a bite-size representation of its local culture, using typical regional ingredients and local wines, such as a sparkling prosecco or a light red.Le Cesarine is Italy’s oldest network of 600+ home cooks all over the country in more than 120 cities. They are passionate and welcoming hosts that open the doors of their own homes to curious travellers for immersive culinary experiences.
Choose your own adventure with this private market visit and cooking class in Palermo. With your private guide, visit a local market and pick out a few ingredients that interest you; then head back to the private kitchen to create something. Due to the private nature of your activity, you’ll enjoy personalized attention from your guide and a completely customized experience. Leave the activity with new knowledge about Italian food and ingredients, as well as the ability to recreate the magic at home.
Restaurants in Palermo may offer traditional Italian dishes on the menu, but there’s more to each dish that you won’t find out just dining at an eatery. Opt for this Palermo private cooking class, and go with a personal chef to the market to pick out ingredients. Then, learn about dishes as you help cook a 3-course lunch you can dine on afterward. Plus, this experience offers wine tasting for a complete, traditional Italian experience.
Visit Polizzi Generosa, a small, medieval village, where many people still live according to the Sicilian traditions.taste the famous "Sfoglio" di Polizzi. Delicious pastry was probably invented in the 16th century by some local nuns. have a half-day cooking lesson at the home of an authentic Sicilian family. Lunch Visit Cefalù , known for it's long golden beach as well as for other monumental and artistic "jewels", the Norman Duomo, the Osterio Magno that was the probable residence of King Roger II. A visit to Cefalù cannot exclude a walk along the lanes in the historical centre
Immerse yourself in a private pasta-making class at the Cesarina's home, learn the secrets of the region's most famous pasta dishes and taste the fruit of your labour accompanied by a glass of local wine. During the lesson the Cesarina will reveal the tricks of the trade of 3 authentic regional pasta recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test. Each participant will have a workstation equipped with utensils and all the ingredients to make the dishes. Then, taste everything you have prepared accompanied by a selection of red and white local wines.Le Cesarine is Italy’s oldest network of 600+ home cooks all over the country in more than 120 cities. They are passionate and welcoming hosts that open the doors of their own homes to curious travellers for immersive culinary experiences.
Explorine one of Palermo’s historic markets Purchase all the ingredients necessary to prepare your meal with our chef. Taste some of Palermo’s typical street foodEnjoy a hands-on cooking class followed by lunch.Visit Villa Malfitano, Palermo with the Cathedral, Quattro Canti square, etc. Walk through the streets of the historical center and the Botanic garden of Villa giulia .
Cook a Sicilian menu of four special dishes at a private cooking class in Palermo that includes a trip to the local market. Start by picking out super-fresh ingredients, then sip Sicilian wines as you cook in your host’s home kitchen. The menu varies with season to highlight local pastas, fresh vegetables, meats and seafood, and sweets, and the class concludes by sharing the meal you’ve cooked with your host.
Discover Sicilian pastries and desserts and learn how to make them on this Italian excursion. After stopping at a historical bakery, start your cooking lesson and learn how to make sweets such as cassatelle (Sicilian sweet dough) and cannoli. The class includes a traditional lunch and wine tasting. Following that, travel to a tuna plant to watch the various processing stages.