Tuscany is renowned for its great culinary tradition, it’s one of the regions of Italy where you find some of the most delicious and tasty dishes of the whole world! bread, pasta, lasagna, Florentine steak, game, seafood, cakes… the ideal place for any foodie 🙂

Tuscan cooking boasts an old tradition and is characterized by very simple and genuine ingredients. There are countless different specialities and delicacies all across Tuscany, with each little village and hamlet having its own peculiar secret recipe and typical food.

Get more familiar with typical Tuscan food by reading about Tuscan Cuisine and its most popular food and dishes.

Learn Italian and Tuscan Cooking for a unique experience!

Cooking Classes in Tuscany

Attending Cooking Classes in Tuscany is a very fun activity we recommend you try. Learning how to prepare great recipes from the Tuscan tradition means to live a unique experience during your holiday in Tuscany.

There are a lot of different recipes you could create, starting from very simple yet genuine ingredients like flour, water and eggs.

Most people consider it particularly difficult to prepare fresh pasta and base pastries for cakes; actually it is not! Just use simple seasonal ingredients, love, and passion.

Cooking Classes in Tuscany by Verdidea

Join a cooking course in Tuscany and learn how to make pasta, tuscan bread, pizza, meat, and much more! Attend the fantastic Cooking Classes organized by Verdidea, and take a journey through unique tastes. Mrs Letizia, great cook, will teach you how to make great Tuscan dishes 🙂

When you’ll be back at home you will surprise your friends with great dinners 🙂 Buon Appetito!

Cooking Classes in Tuscany

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  • Laura Woods ha detto:

    I will be in Tuscany June 26 and 27. We are looking for a place to stay as well as a 1 day cooking class. What do you recommend ?

    • elena nacci ha detto:

      Hi Laura,
      Happy to help!
      Tuscany is literally full of fantastic places to stay. Any idea as to the location and the type of property you would prefer in Tuscany?

      For now I can recommend 2 very good options one different from the other, both for location and ambience, but both offering cooking classes:

      Villa Bordoni in Chianti is a refined villa in Chianti with enchanting accommodations and great privacy
      Agriturismo il Rigo in Val d’Orcia is a typical Tuscan farmhouse with stunning views and many activities to join

      Take a look,
      elena

  • Susan Bires ha detto:

    Hi Elena,

    My mother and I are considering traveling to Italy next spring, probably end of May, possibly early June. We will go for 2 weeks and the Tuscany region is a place I have always wanted to visit as I imagine I prefer small towns and villages (although I have never traveled to Italy at all, just fantasize about it:) In recent years I have been draw to the Amalfi coast. Wondering if you think it would it be too much to see all this in a 2 week trip? Also we would like to take a cooking class or 2 and are gluten free – can you make a suggestion? Thanks Sue

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