In Asti and Alba, cooking is not a solitary act but a communal celebration. Cooking classes here offer the opportunity to not only prepare Italian dishes but to understand the history and culture that influence every plate. Whether it’s kneading the dough for homemade pasta, mastering the balance of flavors in an authentic ragu, or crafting the perfect tiramisu, these classes provide a gateway to the heart of Italian cuisine.
Experiencing Italy goes beyond touring its cities and tasting its food. It’s about immersing yourself in the Italian way of life, understanding its history, culture, and of course, its renowned cuisine. So, on your next trip to Italy, venture off the beaten path and take a detour to Asti and Alba. Embrace the Italian chef in you and bring home more than just memories – bring home an Italian culinary experience.
Do you want to go home with fantastic personal luggage? Cook a special lunch for your family and friends! Langhe cooking lessons are a fun way to spend a day full of Italian food.
Contact us for a personalized menu to be performed during your stay in the Langhe, so you can taste the best typical products in addition to DOCG wines, such as IGP Hazelnuts, excellent cheeses and cured meats.
You want to try the experience of cooking the typical dishes of Piedmont together with a traditional chef. You can cook appetizers, first courses, second courses of meat or fish and desserts that are renowned throughout the world. Start customiza your Cooking Class today. Write us a message: [email protected]
Venturing into a cooking class in Italy doesn’t necessitate any prior culinary experience or proficiency in cooking. Rather, all you need is an abundance of enthusiasm, an eagerness to participate and a passion to learn. You’ll be equipped with the necessary tools and an apron, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the cooking process, right down to kneading the dough.
An expert chef will guide your culinary adventure, providing step-by-step instruction throughout the preparation of your dishes. You’ll have the opportunity to work with typical Piedmontese ingredients, crafting enticing appetizers and pasta dishes that you’ll sample at the lesson’s conclusion.
The experience doesn’t end when the cooking does. After the class, you’ll have the chance to savour the fruits of your labor, indulging in your prepared dishes. These will be naturally paired with regional wines, such as Barbera d’Asti, Dolcetto d’Alba, and Nebbiolo, rounding out the authentic Italian culinary journey.