Farmers' Market Shopping with Pasta Making Class | Private

DURATION
3 hours (approx)


PERIOD
ALL YEAR ROUND


MEET POINT
Campo de’ Fiori, under the statue of the monk


PRICING & INFO

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We look forward to cooking with you in Rome!

DESCRIPTION

The most sensuous way to enjoy Rome is through eating. With a local food and wine expert, discover the finest of Roman flavors and culture. This tour is also a chance to discover Rome’s smart historic centre and learn how to make fresh pasta!  

Our Market Shopping with Pasta Making Class will introduce you to the best food and wine Rome has to offer. Your culinary adventure begins in Campo de' Fiori market, Rome’s historic food market. 

In a historic bakery, you will see how Rome’s particular taglio al forno is made. Choose from the array of slices of pizza adorned with seasonal and local toppings and discover the delicious Roman treat that is supplì: fried rice balls oozing with mozzarella cheese. There will also be tastings of salami and cheese in Rome's most exquisite delis. 

We then move onto either our 17th-century palazzo behind Piazza Navona or our sleekly furnished cooking school a stone's throw from the Pantheon, to learn the artisanal craft of fresh pasta making with a professional chef. You will enjoy the fresh pasta you have prepared as an elegant lunch under a beautiful frescoed ceiling. To finish their will be a hot shot of espresso, tiramisù or gelato and a naughty limoncello!

Take the opportunity to chat with your guide and learn all about Roman food culture and Italian culinary traditions.

Itinerary

Farmers’ Market shopping
Prosecco and snacks reception
Hands-on cooking class
Homemade meal

What's included

  • Farmers’ Market shopping
  • Private English-speaking chef and market guide
  • Prosecco and snacks reception
  • All ingredients and equipment
  • Homemade meal with wine and soft drinks
  • Recipes emailed as PDFs

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