For Italian Food lovers... Veronese Cooking Class + Verona Food Tour Learn the secrets of Italian cuisine during our hands-on cooking class at our beautiful cooking school, in the city-centre of Verona. With an experienced and passionate local Italian Chef, you will literally put your hands into the flour to prepare handmade pasta or sweet desserts. Enjoy this family atmosphere class with a final shared meal, while tasting some local Valpolicella Wine.Experience the divine food and drink of fair Verona on this 3.5-hour walking tour. Explore the city of love and uncover its gastronomic delights. Follow our guide through the city, then eat and drink like the locals. Sip rich Italian coffee, visit some local botteghe and other shops to taste Italian food and enjoy the unforgettable Amarone wine. With numbers limited to 12, you can get a personalized and intimate experience. It's a must-do culinary experience in Verona!
Learn the secrets of Italian cuisine and experience the flavours of Verona during these two culinary experiences The first experience takes place in a beautiful loft-stylish cooking school in the Verona's historical center. All equipment and ingredients are provided, so all you have to do is to arrive with an appetite and eagerness to learn the secrets of Italian cuisine! Our friendly and experienced Chef will teach you about the simplicity and authenticity of Italian cuisine, cooking and dining. What makes Italian food so good? It's all about using fresh, high-quality ingredients and basic cooking techniques to enhance the natural flavors of the food; you don't need a great effort to create a delicious Italian meal. Make several tasty and healthy dishes including hand-made fresh pasta (tagliatelle) or bruschetta (tomato-topped grilled bread). Top it off with a classic Italian dessert, tiramisu, a sponge cake laced with liqueur and coffee and layered with cocoa and sweet mascarpone cheese. Don' t worry as our friendly and patient Instructor will help you every step of the way. Once everything is finished, sit down at the table and savor your meal with a glass of local Valpolicella wine. At the end of the class you’ll be given a booklet with the day's recipes, so you can recreate this Italian meal at home for family and friends. The second activity begins in the same way that most Italians start their day: with an espresso! Pair the robust coffee before continuing with the walk. As you approach to your next food stop, listen your tour leader who illustrates stories and curiosities of Verona most important squares where Veronese used to buy and take their food or aperitif. Make your way to a local bottega where you taste some fresh salami and Parma ham, but also the famous Parmigiano cheese. Afterward continue to the next local place to try more Italian flavours. Than it's time take a good glass of local wine in a local wine bar, you should choose from Prosecco, Valpolicella or the famous Amarone; this a very local wine which is only produced in Valpolicella, the countryside of Verona. At the end of this small-group food walking tour, you'll feel like a real local!