The mamme and nonne of Santa Teresa di Gallura are used to cooking using local produce from the blue sea and the rich backcountry. The cuisine is genuine and home-made and reflects the character of the village. Learn to prepare Malloreddus Sardinian gnocchi or the iconic Seadas, pastries filled with hot cheese and covered in honey. Delicious!
Learning how to cook in a local home is a wonderful way to gain insight into Italy's real culture. What could be a better souvenir than cooking knowledge to last a lifetime?
Learn how to prepare 3 local recipes (starter, pasta and dessert) from scratch with your Cesarina and discover the secrets of regional Italian cuisine.
After the class, taste the fruit of your labour accompanied by local wines.
Learning and dining with a Cesarina gives you the chance to be welcomed in like one of the family and dive into in the traditions of everyday Italy.