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Cooking Class and Lunch at a Tuscan Farmhouse with Local Market Tour from Florence

Highlights
  • Delve deeper into Tuscan cuisine during a market tour and cooking class
  • A great opportunity for solo travelers to socialize 
  • Pick ingredients from a market and cook traditional Italian dishes 
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Cooking Class and Lunch at a Tuscan Farmhouse with Local Market Tour from Florence
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Cooking Class and Lunch at a Tuscan Farmhouse with Local Market Tour from Florence
US$113.01
Overview
Gain deeper insight into Tuscan cuisine during a cooking class and local market tour from Florence. A hands-on experience designed for food lovers, this tour allows you to explore Italian cuisine in more depth than you would by simply eating in restaurants. Pick fresh ingredients from a Florence market yourself and feast on the fruits of your labor—which include bruschetta, roast pork, and tiramisu. Recipes are provided by email after the class, ensuring your can recreate Tuscan dishes back at home, too.
What to Expect

Meet your guide and group in central Florence, and head straight to a local market selling fresh Italian produce. Browse stalls replete with cheese, cured meats, olives, and balsamic vinegar before you select the ingredients required for this cooking class.

Board a minibus and travel through the Tuscan hills to a rustic farmhouse, the quaint setting of your cooking class. Prepare seasonal Tuscan dishes that could include roast pork and bruschetta, stopping to enjoy a glasses of Chianti wine as you go.

Create a tiramisu from scratch before sitting down to enjoy the 4-course meal you've cooked. Return to central Florence by minivan and receive all recipes by email.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
Perfect, well organised and friendly staff.

This cooking class was perfect, Olivia and Carmela were excellent, and made this a very enjoyable and memorable experience. This is the perfect opportunity to learn some new skills and try some great food. I would recommend this to anyone.

Thank RyanByron
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Awesome

Outstanding experience. Carmella (cook/teacher)and Olivia (interpreter) were awesome. Class was a highlight of the trip. It was informative and fun and the setting could not have been more perfect. After everything was made we got to enjoy the food and results of our efforts. We...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago
Great of cooking Italian

It was our 1st time in Florence. What a wonderful place to visit. We were supposed to take a tour to the museum to see David but we decided, after all the other museums we had already visited we needed a break from museums, so...More

Thank MartyGro
Reviewed 5 days ago
Day to remember

Well organized, very friendly (with a twist of sarcasm), knowledgeable and professional chefs/guide is how I would describe our teacher Isak. Once he's in his element of the kitchen he really shines! Carmella is the sparkle and glitter or the champagne of the show! She...More

Thank Tammi T
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Definite Yes!

Well organized, very friendly, knowledgeable and professional chefs/guides. Starts with a walk through the market to buy fresh ingredients- tomatoes, basil, cheese, bread and meat. A short mini bus ride takes you to the outside of the city up the hill to beautiful views. Group...More

Thank joniz2013
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Response from GVL605 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it is possible. Not sure about 5 kids. This is a long day and children do not have the longest attention span. At times, there is little or nothing to do and they may be bored.....I would re-think this event if you... More
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