On the island of Sicily, Italy’s Mediterranean treasure box, you’ll feast your eyes on its history, art and architecture, while learning about its unique and incredibly flavorful food. Cooking in Sicily will immerse you in Sicily’s rich, exotic culinary tradition. You will enjoy Sicilian food and wine, learn about Sicily’s history, share its seasonal bounty and acquire practical cooking techniques in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.
Learning to prepare classic Sicilian dishes means learning about what the island has to offer at different times of the year. Foodies will appreciate the inclusion of sought-after ingredients such as almonds from the Val di Noto, pistachios from Bronte, and honey from Mt. Etna in our cooking classes. Cooking in Sicily believes in using seasonally available, locally grown, organic (when possible) produce and tailoring the recipes so that your experience reflects authentic, seasonal Sicilian dishes.
Cooking classes at Cooking In Sicily include varied and unique lessons -- cooking in Maria's fully equipped farm house kitchen, having a turn at kneading your own fresh pasta dough or sitting back and watching an expert's technique are all part of the Cooking in Sicily experience.
In recent years, chefs from around the world have been discovering Sicilian cooking and learning from our homegrown Sicilian chefs and cooking experts. At Cooking in Sicily, you'll have an opportunity to work with Maria who have honed her skills in a more traditional way: recipes and techniques passed down from generation to generation and years of practice. As the popularity of culinary vacations grows, travelers are offered more and more choices. At Cooking in Sicily, prices are 75 euros per person. Prices quoted will be inclusive of food for the cooking lessons and wine. At Cooking in Sicily, we believe that you're on vacation from landing to take-off.
Articles about Sicily and Sicilian cooking have been popping up in the New York Times, the Guardian, the London Times, and the Globe and Mail. Sometimes the articles emphasize only the latest trends, but at Cooking in Sicily, your experience will be the traditional:
Cooking in Sicily is located in country side of the Baroque city of Modica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Classes are offered in English and, of course, Italian.
SMALL CLASSES ONLY WITH A MAXIMUM OF 8 PARTICIPANTS