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The living kitchen

An Educational Journey Through Traditional Tuscan Recipes

WHY

“Always remember that a great chef does not exist without a farmer, who deeply knows and respects the land” Carlo Petrini, founder of the International Slow Food Movement

You will begin your culinary experience at the sources, having the unique opportunity to learn directly from experienced producers about the origin and the value of raw ingredients. You will then move into the kitchen, where local chefs will teach you how to best use and combine them in order to create fabulous “farm to table” recipes. Are you ready to create “hands-on” the perfect Tuscan dinner? Join us on this experience!

WHO & WHERE

Your hosts will be Alessio & Arianna, a qualified sommelier and a travel guide who live in the gorgeous Chianti Classico region in Tuscany.
They will teach you how to best use seasonal, “from farm to table” ingredients mostly coming from the garden and from local farms in a relaxing and creative atmosphere.
Look forward to having you at home with us!

WHEN

March – April – May- June – July – August – September – October – November

WHAT

The Program: an overview*

  • 7 nights accommodation in a beautiful villa in the Chianti Classico region
  • Daily breakfast
  • Daily healthy, local meals
  • Private transportation
  • Private tour leader service with an experienced local guide
  • Group “Polenta” Experience
  • Gourmet Tuscan dinner
  • 2 dinners in local restaurants featuring sustainable cuisine
  • 6 thematic cooking lessons with 6 different chefs
  • Saffron or Truffle Experience
  • Visit to an historical Chianti Classico wine producer with tasting
  • Visit to an artisanal pasta producer
  • Visit to an historical producer of “Panforte” in Siena
  • Waking tour of Siena
  • Walking tour of the authentic Florence
  • Walking Tour of San Gimignano or of San Miniato
  • Visit to beautiful local Chianti villages

*Also available shorter (4 nights) program

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