Cooking classes

Tricks and secrets for perfect dough in Venice

5.0
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Giulia

Venice

Duration 3h

Max 8 guests

Spoken languages:  English and Italian

Small group hands-on cooking class with 3 pasta recipes, followed by a tasting of the recipes prepared during the lesson

Shared Experience

In a shared experience, other guests may be added, up to the maximum number of people that the host can accommodate. Therefore you may have the opportunity to share your passion for good food and cooking with other people from all over the world!

Your experience
  • Tagliatelle with tomatoes and basil
  • Farfalle ( bow pasta ) with cream of parmesan
  • Ravioli with ricotta and spinach (homemade pasta) with butter and sage

Welcome to my exciting cooking class in the heart of Venice .

I am happy to welcome you into my home and share with you my family's traditional recipes. I will reveal tricks, secrets and curiosities for perfect dough and working together with eggs and flour we will prepare three pasta shapes (tagliatelle, ravioli and farfalle) that we will season with different sauces. I am waiting for you!

Reviews
5.0
34 reviews
We did the cooking experience with Giulia. The entire experience was lovely. She was warm and friendly. We tried the Cynar aperitivo with the delicious starter plates. We helped make the ravioli and for dessert we had delicious tiramisu. We also had corn biscuit cookies were different and yummy. We enjoyed Giulia’s stories, admired her beautifully decorated apartment and left feeling like we had made a new friend for life. We would definitely want to share another experience with her when we return to Venice.

Bless - February 2024

What a special experience to come into someone’s house as strangers and leave as friends! Our host and instructor Giulia was amazing! No only did she made us feel at home, but she shared her family recipe with us and explained how the recipe came to be. She also shared these recipes and another one based off our conversation about desserts with us minutes after the class. More importantly, Giulia gave us the confidence to make the recipes again at home. This is an experience my husband and I will never forget! Grazie mille, Giulia!!

Giulia  - November 2023

Giulia was an excellent host for her Venetian dining experience. The food was delicious, and Giulia was very informative and entertaining. Her home was warm and welcoming. We would recommend to any that are looking to experience a truly authentic meal in Venice.

John - October 2023

Hubby and I could not have enjoyed our time with Giulia more. Fantastico!

Chery Moyer - October 2023

5 of my family enjoyed the morning making 2 pastas & tiramsu with Chef Guilia. She is an amazing “sparkly” patient, well organized instuctor! She opened her home to teach us novices! We then enjoyed our pastas with local Prosecco! If we could give 10 stars we would. Guilia, thank you for shari g your Italian cooking knowledge & your home to us! 💕🍷

Joette Gdovin - September 2023

€179.00 per guest

€89.00 per child

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You’ll receive the exact address after the booking
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Giulia
Cesarina from 2018Location: Venice    Languages: English and Italian
Venice is a unique place: floating on a lagoon with a network of thousands of canals. Rich in history and culinary tradition, it is a city of art, forged from different pasts and cultures, with profound ties to both the land and the sea. The ancient city is also home our Cesarina, Giulia. Her cooking reflects her regional and family traditions made even more unique by a modern twist with her passion and expertise in local and seasonal ingredients. Giulia: "For me cooking is not a journey through youth but rather onwards into maturity. My childhood was spent in my grandmothers’ kitchens with the aromas and flavours of two different Italian cultures; Born in Turin with mother from Mantua and a Venetian father, I grew up around my grandmother in Mantua, with the scent of pumpkin, rolling homemade pasta, and in Venice with the sharing culture of Cicchetti (aperitivo finger food). Polenta, however, was common to both regions although in Mantua it had a yellow tinge and stark white colour in Venice".
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