Rome: Traditional Cooking Class in the Jewish Ghetto
- Learn how to cook a traditional 3-course Roman menu
- Sample wine and beverages
- Learn from your local foodie host
- Receive recipes at the end of the class
- Get a list of tips and recommendations for the following days
Once there, you will have access a very special restaurant, which is located into a historical building that was once a house. Here you can learn the history and legends which surround the Jewish Quarter, as well as learn of its unique food style over lots of chatting.
Seasonal food is a must in Rome, and in the winter class you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to peel artichokes to be cooked in the Jewish Style, which is one of the highlights of Roman cuisine. In the summer class, you’ll learn how to prepare zucchini flowers (or any other amazing fresh vegetable) to make the original “fritto romano”. At the conclusion of your class, you will be able to taste the amazingly baked ciambelline al vino, the famous crunchy donuts made with four simple ingredients.
- 3-course lunch consisting of fresh homemade pasta, a seasonal main course, and a special tiramisu
- Italian wine and bottled water
- All kitchen and cooking equipment
- Personal shopping
- Additional food not included in the program
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Wheelchair users