Learn how to cook some traditional Argentine dishes during this 4-hour culinary class in Buenos Aires. In a local chef's home kitchen, go through the steps to prepare an appetizer, main course and a dessert. While you cook, hear about the city's regional culinary heritage and the factors that influenced the development of the local cuisine. Sit down with a glass of Argentina's famous wine to enjoy the fruits of your labor with a small group of twelve or fewer participants.
Learn how to cook traditional Argentine dishes during a culinary class
In a local chef's home kitchen, go through the steps to prepare an appetizer, main course and a dessert
While you cook, hear about the city's regional culinary heritage and the factors that influenced the development of the local cuisine
Sit down with a glass of Argentina's famous wine to enjoy the fruits of your labor
Participate in a small group of twelve or fewer fellow food-lovers
We spent great 4 hours with Saul at his well equipped cooking studio. Together we've prepared 3 meals, sirloin stake, empanadas and kind of semifreddo for dessert, made of dulce de leche. Saul was great instructor, he taught us how to make empanadas from the scratch, all meals were great accompanied with bottle of Malbec. We had lot of fun and it was well spent time in BsAs. I would recommend it to anyone interested in basics of Argentinian cuisine, Saul is knowledgeable, skillful and fun cook.
We had such a great experience with Saul. He taught us how to make a traditional Argentinian dinner and dessert. The class was very hands-on and relaxed. I've taken a ton of cooking classes, and this one ranks as one of my favorites. I would definitely recommend taking this class!
Saul was an amazing host! We learned how to make empanadas and a veal stew that was to die for! ! He was so fun and a joy to be with! He was very gracious and walked us to the train and helped us find the Flea market in Buenos Aires. Adele and I had an awesome time! I would highly recommend it!
It was great, chef very helpful in providing recipes for me. I was the only person in the tour and it was personalized. The only thing I wish to have been able to make was Alfajores. The only thing I did not like was there is no pick up or drop off from your hotel. Transportation not included!
Super fun. It was a great chance to share time w/ local in his own kitchen. Not only learned to make empanadas and stew, but got to experience Buenos Aires through the eyes of a resident. He gave me tips not just on cooking, but futbol, good restaurants and fun things to do in buenos Aires. Gracias!
Fantastic stuff. Feredico gave me a very detailed explanation on Argentinian wine and gastronomy. I obviously employed my newly acquired skills to show-off at home how to make empanadas and Argentinian Stew with a great Malbec wine.