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Virtual Cooking ClassLearn to master any recipe you like on our exclusive virtual cooking class! On this fully customizable cooking class, your personal master chef will guide you through the process of recreating any of your favourite Italian dishes - either in classic Italian style or with a Roman twist!
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Farmers’ Market Shopping with Roman Full Course Class | Private
From the first pastry in the morning at the local Pasticceria, to the final twirl of spaghetti Pomodoro for dinner, food is a huge part of Italian life. Italians have refined the art of pleasurable eating. If you love Italian food, learn to cook like an Italian! An InRome Cooking class is fun and gratifying.
Guests are always welcomed with drinks and antipasti!
Our English-speaking chef will cook with you some classic Italian dishes. If you would like, the class can start in the style of any true Roman’s day, with a trip to the market to select fresh ingredients. The seasonal produce will help determine your menu: think an auburn squash Risotto in the autumn or generously stuffed tomatoes in the summer.
Back at InRome Cooking, the chef will accompany you to make a classic Italian dinner with a primo (pasta dish), a secondo (main course), a contorno (side dish) and a delectable dolce, (sweet course). If there is something in particular you would like to cook, you are welcome to specify with the chef beforehand.
With a glass of local wine, after an active morning or afternoon cooking, the class comes together to enjoy the feast you have prepare.
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Making Pizza & Gelato in Roma This was a fun, educational experience. I enjoy cooking, baking, etc so learning to make authentic Roman style pizza and a simple recipe for gelato is a skill I... read moreThis was a fun, educational experience. I enjoy cooking, baking, etc so learning to make authentic Roman style pizza and a simple recipe for gelato is a skill I can take home! Our chef/instructor, Marco, was enthusiastic and his experience shown through as he explained what and why following the recipes was important. The kitchen space was well equipped and the dining space magical. Next time we’re in Rome (yes we tossed coins in the Trevi Fountain) we will take another course from his organization. read less
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The Jewish Quarter may be Small but Huge in Impact and History It has been a great experience working this group from beginning to end. The customer service was excellent in terms of efficiency and results. They helped with restaurant... read moreIt has been a great experience working this group from beginning to end. The customer service was excellent in terms of efficiency and results. They helped with restaurant reservations, and securing the booking snd making the payment easy and painless. Our guide L’aura was simply the best. The fact we were visiting the Jewish Quarter on Shabbat was very special. She brought the history of the Jewish neighborhood to life, reliving even the horrors of the war. The visit to the synagogues was amazing, the interiors breathtaking. It was certainly the highlight of this visit to Rome. read less