Cooking Vacations gives foodies a taste of authentic Italy with customized trips that include cooking classes (in the kitchen) with local Italian chefs. The food trips, led by locals who have partnered with Scuncio, go beyond typical tourist destinations to give an insider's view of Italy. Included are visits to olive oil and wine producers, and artisans who are part of the Slow Food movement.
"You meet Mamma Rosa the cheese-maker, and you go to their farm and bake bread with them, taste the season's olive oil and homemade wine. Participants eat what's prepared at the end of each class, with the fine local wines of each region," states Scuncio.
The idea of these cooking vacations is to really bring someone into the life of an Italian and the way they cook. Each class is a one-of-a-kind cooking program, because in each area of Italy, the style of cooking and the kitchens are so different.
The Secret Garden Positano is the company's bestseller. A week includes 3 cooking classes in a cantina-style kitchen, a cheese making class, a visit to the Island of Capri, a morning tour of the ruins of Pompeii, a visit to Amalfi & Ravello, a foodie market tour / shopping with the chef, and a Chef's Welcome dinner tasting menu. An alternate program includes, a truffle hunt and then cooking with the prized truffles in Cuneo with a Michelin Star Chef.
For more information, if you require photos, please call 1.617.247.4112.
Tel: 617.247.4112Cooking Vacations
-A cooking vacation adventure, celebrating the food, art & music of ItalyUSA~304 Newbury Street, Suite 318, Boston, MA 02115
Tele: 617. 247.4112
ITALY~Via G. Marconi, 45, Positano, 84017, Italy 39.339.604.29.33.
For more information or to request photographs, call Cooking Vacations toll free at 1.800.916.1152 or visit www.cooking-vacations.com
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