It is high time you learned how to make fresh cheese and Ricotta !!!
Professionally Prepare your Most Loved Cheeses – Delicious, Motivating, and Easy to learn.
For many cheese lovers whose spurred interests and passion revolves around cheeses of varying sorts, including Pecorini, Mozzarella, Ricotta, Parmigiano, Gorgonzola, and many other tastes of ancient tradition. Therefore, you’re privileged to be professionally able to prepare your best cheeses in a very short duration of time.
It’s the culture and tradition of Italy to be overflown with “formaggi” – over 500 different cheese varieties.
This course will enlighten you through the journey of Italy’s cheese-preparation traditions. Every locality of Italy is immersed in the history around the crannies from Palazzo Pitti. Our chef will warmly welcome you in our Italian cuisine, and you’ll have a memorable experience through the duration of this course.
- preparation of 2 different CHEESES
- Lunch or dinner with the product prepared
- Tasting of cheeses with our home made marmalade, honey and sauce
- Glass of Wine and water
- 10.30(AM) 14.30 (2.30 PM) 4 hours of fun
- 5.00 (PM) 9.00 (PM) 4 hours of fun
You will journey through this tasty tour learning how to prepare homemade jams and marmalades that seemingly pair appropriately with cheese (recipes for marmalade not preparation). Some of them may include strawberry-balsamic or blood orange marmalade preservatives.
Since these cheeses follow ancient techniques from North to South, you will specifically try cheeses from the Tuscany region. As you move closer to top position, you will find out more about large selection of fresh and aged Pecorino cheeses. Obviously, these are samples offered to you to understand the basics. It is important to know that about 30 types of cheeses are recognized as traditional Tuscan products and many more similar local delicacies.
During these sessions, some of the topics you will encounter may revolve around “aged vs. fresh cheeses,” “the occurrence during the aging process,” “sheep, goat, and cow milk,” “how milk becomes cheese,” and “the kinds of Italian cheeses you can prepare at home.”
Inclusively, you’ll be guided through making the Italian cheese, as well as the tiramisu-making class; lunch and food tastings are available for you, two glasses of wine, ingredients, aprons and a certificate of participation.
As you grow in this hands-on cooking class, you’ll delve into the flavorful, fragrant world of Italian cheese. You’ll also be introduced to the history of dairy production in Tuscany, as well as whip up one or two various cheeses from the scratch. With this experience, you’ll be able to make a lunch from gourmet regional products, fine wine, and of course, cheeses.
For you to practically understand every detail of this course, you have to pay a cost which includes hands-one on cooking class, where you will demonstrate and prepare cheese (i.e. fresh ricotta); hands-one on cooking class, where you will also demonstrate and prepare marmalade for your cheeses; focaccia or homemade breads; house made marmalades and jams tasting; local cheeses tasting, including aged and fresh; 1 cheese-themed entrée, including risotto with Parmigiano or fresh pasta with tomatoes and mozzarella; a glass of 2 wines; small-group cooking class; bottled water; lunch; aprons, jam jar; bottled water; and recipes.
Just head up to the kitchen, meet your host who is your instructor, a professional chef with full passion for Tuscan cuisine. You’ll be exposed to the wealth and diverse sorts of over 500 different Italian cheeses. You’ll also learn about what differentiates fresh cheeses and aged and sheep or goat cheeses from cow cheeses. In addition to this, you’ll be able to make one or two different cheeses from the scratch, and you’ll also discover the hidden secrets in the crafting of homemade jams and marmalades that basically pair perfectly with cheese, also from balsamic and strawberry to apricot and chili.
Locally sourced, organic ingredient should be used to prepare each delicacy, and as soon as your gourmet goodies are ready, you can comfortably taste the bounty. Moreover, make sure to sample balsamic vinegar and local honey, and then wash each bite down using hearty Tuscan wine, and perfect your experience with a bottom line of serving a freshly made tiramisu.
Additionally, the menu is of different varieties based on the freshest products and what is available at a particular season. Basically, all the ingredients we utilize are locally-sourced and organic.
When you make prior requests, we can ensure the course is made vegetarian or gluten-free.
Also, the class is expected to contain only 8 participants, in order to have a one-on-one interaction with your host Chef. When you come for the cheese classes, you’re not just going to learn cheese-making, but you will have more traveling companions as you leave.
For children younger than eight years old, forward the request for authorization before making the reservation
If you will not be asked to authorize the management reserves the right not to involve children in the tour without any reimbursement
Unfortunately, for vegan guests you can not prepare this dinner