Agrigento, Italy

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Combine culture and cuisine with this hands-on cooking lesson at a contemporary art center near Agrigento in Sicily. Learn to make three authentic Sicilian dishes under the guidance of an expert chef, and savor your homemade creations along with local wine pairings. When the cooking’s done, indulge your other senses with a visit to the modern art galleries and gardens of the Farm Cultural Park, a funky new community art collective.
  • 3-hour cooking class at the Farm Cultural Park near Agrigento
  • Learn tips and tricks of traditional Sicilian cooking
  • Enjoy a welcome snack and fresh lemon drink
  • Help prepare three classic regional dishes under the guidance of a chef
  • Savor the homemade lunch along with seasonal fruit and local wines
  • Visit the galleries and gardens of a new contemporary art center
  • Voted a top destination for modern art enthusiasts
Bring your appetite and head to the Farm Cultural Park in Favara midmorning. This new art collective near Agrigento has reenergized an old neighborhood with lively modern art galleries, gardens, and event spaces. Voted one of the world’s top contemporary art destinations by the British Purple Travel Blog, it makes a perfect place to explore the convergence of old and new in Sicily.
Enjoy a welcome snack and drink made from fresh-squeezed lemons, and then roll up your sleeves and tie on an apron for a 3-hour lesson in authentic Sicilian cooking. Using only the freshest local, organic and seasonal ingredients, help prepare three delicious dishes following traditional recipes and cooking techniques.
Head inside the museum’s edgy ‘N’zemmula black space’ to enjoy the homemade feast along with a selection of local wines and seasonal fruit. Check out the rest of the Farm Cultural Park during time to explore current exhibits at the art gallery, a peaceful garden, and a vintage-style shop. It's a unique and immersive way to explore Sicily's Old World cuisine along with its modern-day cultural resurgence.

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, Jun 2016

My husband and I had a wonderful experience at this cooking class. But first I have to say that we came by car from Agrigento and the Museum was extremely hard to find. We were on the verge of turning back when a nice Sicilian man hopped into our car and took us to the Tourist office. There, a very nice woman walked us the few blocks to the Museum where we were met by Annalisa. She made us feel so welcome and we had such a great time learning to cook basic Sicilian food. First we made homemade cavatelli with the most delicious fresh Ricotta, then we made stuffed zucchini. While waiting for that to cook we made a delicious almond dessert and Annalisa also made for us a quick egg dish with bread that can be made easily at home when there is nothing in the house to cook All the food was excellent and Annalisa was a perfect host. We had a great time. The only drawback were the location, very difficult to find, and the class location was nothing like the picture, it was not held outside. We would have liked someone to have met us in a more central location and bring us to the site. All in all, though, I would definitely recommend this class.


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