Cooking classes

The bagna cauda

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Duration 3h

Max 6 guests

Spoken languages:  French, English, Italian

Cooking class: learn how to cook Italian recipes and taste the dishes prepared during the lesson

Private Experience

Private experiences are reserved for you and any guests you have booked for: no other people will be added so that you can enjoy maximum privacy.

Your experience
  • Platter with fresh cheeses and fried dumplings
  • Bagna cauda
  • Rhum tiramisù

The proposed cooking class aims to introduce my welcome guests to a recipe of Piedmontese origin. Piedmont is the only Italian region bordering the Aosta Valley, from which it has taken inspiration from several recipes and made its own by using local ingredients and pairing them with its wines. Bagna cauda is made from salted anchovies cooked in olive oil and served with raw, roasted and fermented vegetables. In short, a delicacy. Its preparation creates a family complicity until its tasting. The light from the candles used to keep it warm warms the room and creates an atmosphere of yesteryear. The watchword is conviviality. My recipe runs in the family as my maternal grandparents were from Piedmont! I am waiting for is an experience not to be missed!



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€145.00 per guest

€72.50 per child

You’ll receive the exact address after the booking
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Cesarina from 2018Location: Châtillon    Languages: French, English, Italian
Valle d'Aosta is the ideal place to enjoy traditional dishes, visit castles and, in summer, gaze at the star-filled sky while surrounded by nature.  "I think I was born in the kitchen. I was lucky enough to have stay-at-home grandmothers who were very skilled in preparing local traditional foods," recounts Cesarina Franca.  Franca’s cooking is first and foremost based on using fresh products. She grows her own vegetables in the garden, collects wild herbs and mushrooms from the places her grandmothers took her to as a child. Everything else that she needs, such as eggs, cheese and meat, she buys near her home, directly from local breeders and farmers.  Since Valle d'Aosta is an area that combines Italian, French and Swiss traditions, Franca's cooking is full of surprises.
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