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Vegetarian Cooking Class in Siracusa

Location:Siracusa
Duration:3 hours
Experience:Private
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Syracuse’s cuisine has ancient roots, it dates all the way back to the Ancient Greek time. This city is defined as the birthplace of the first cooking school of the Western world (5th century) and is also famous for the influence of the ingredients from the Middle East that started in the Middle ages.

You are in the perfect place to learn to cook the iconic recipes of the Sicilian gastronomy with a pinch of creativity: Pasta alla carrittera, an explosion of fresh tomato, Blood orange and red onion salad, typical almond delicacies.

Learning to cook with a local family in their home, you will understand why Sicily is world-famous for its welcoming, generous culture. Roll up your sleeves and pick up the secrets of the island’s iconic cuisine. What could be a better way to experience Sicily?

Buon appetito!

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.

To Italy with Love

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We had a great and unique experience! Rosalba was very welcoming and a perfect cook. We did not only learn how to cook lovely vegatarian Silian