Umbria, like its more well-known neighbour Tuscany, is noted for its humble and tasty cuisine, with its roots in the ingredients of the rich soil and fields spread all around the sinuous and soft hills.
The key is to use perfect techniques to make the flavours sing. For example, stale Umbrian bread is given a new lease of life in summer's 'Panzanella' salad, or ‘Pancotto’.
Italy has so many vegetarian options to offer - if you know where to look! Take home authentic Italian cooking skills to last a lifetime.
The Cesarina will teach you the secrets of three typical dishes (starter, pasta and dessert), based on their own family recipes and what’s in season. Then taste the fruit of your labour accompanied by local wine.
The perfect experience for avid cooks looking for vegetarian choices in Italy.