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Sicilian Cooking Class in Palermo

Highlights
  • Small-group cooking class in Palermo
  • Learn what makes Sicilian food unique from other Italian cuisine
  • Shop for seasonal ingredients at a farmers' market
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Sicilian Cooking Class in Palermo
From US$ 178.25
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Sicilian Cooking Class in Palermo
US$ 178.25
Overview
Discover the unique flavors and influences of Sicilian cuisine with a 5-hour, hands-on cooking class in Palermo. After shopping for fresh, seasonal ingredients at a local farmers’ market, head to a well-equipped home kitchen in an 18th-century building. Under the guidance of a chef instructor, learn to prepare an authentic 4-course meal of classic Sicilian dishes including dessert. Sit down to savor your freshly made creations paired with local wine.
What to Expect
If you have a passion for food, and you would like to learn how to prepare Sicilian dishes using traditional methods, then this is the perfect cooking class for you.

The taste of Sicilian typical dishes has been strongly influenced by many different cultures such as Spanish, Greek and Arabian. The results is a beautiful blend of the different styles and flavors found nowhere else in Italy.

Learn how to cook true Sicilian food with this cooking class from your personal local cook and food lovers who introduce you to the best of Palermo's local food and wines.

All dishes you learn to make are based on the most renowned Sicilian recipes, with a focus on pasta, fresh fish/meat, vegetable dishes and delectable deserts, always using the freshest seasonal ingredients.

The cooking classes is limited to a maximum of 15 participants to ensure you receive a unique personal experience from the Chef. Courses are held in a typical 18th century home very near the old fresh food market, Vucciria, so be prepared for a fascinating journey through Sicilian culture and food set in a beautiful location.
It is possible to do the class also for big groups of Maximum 35 people.
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Reviews (25)

1 - 5 of 6 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic Experience

We visited Palermo in mid August. This was a wonderful day! We met Patrizia at Teatro Massimo to begin our cooking experience. We were a small group of 5 guests in total. We walked through Capo Market selecting our items for cooking. Then we went...More

Thank Nicole B
Reviewed 2 July 2018
Amazing experience in an amazing city!

We spent an awesome morning with Patrizia and learned a lot about traditional Sicilian cooking. The meeting point was in a central location and we started the class walking around the local markets, gathering the ingredients needed to prepare the days meal. Patrizia is very...More

Thank Allison A
Siciliandays, Owner at Siciliandays, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018

Dear Allison and John! You are very kind and me lucky for meeting you. Thanks a lot for your fantastic review, I hope you will cook a sicilian menu for your friends or family Ciao! Patrizia

Reviewed 24 May 2018
Wonderful experience, good fun, and great meal. A must do for cooks, gourmets, or anyone with a few hours to spend here.

We were two couples traveling through Sicily, and our wives wanted a cooking class. We booked this class for the two of them, and just a couple of days before asked if we, the husbands, could join the dinner with our the class. Patrizia was...More

Thank frogdbs
Siciliandays, Owner at Siciliandays, responded to this reviewResponded 4 June 2018

Hello! Thanks for your review and so rich of details! It was a big fun to cook with you, so thanks for your time. Arrivederci! Patrizia

Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile
Unforgettable

Patrizia’s market tour and cooking class was a highlight of my trip to Sicily. She took us through a tour of Palermo’s Capo market, stopping to pick up swordfish, eggplant, cheese, and other cooking supplies from the vendors. She then brought us to her apartment...More

Thank Joel D
Siciliandays c, Owner at Siciliandays, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2018

Hi! thanks for your amazing review, it is our passion to propose only authentic experiences and let people taste our local food, so thanks a lot for appreciating this! Best Regards Patrizia

Reviewed 26 April 2018 via mobile
Mangia mangia

What a great experience. We went to a market to buy the food and they hen to a lovely apartment in a quiet street in Palermo. I was the only guest so I got a first hand look at the fantastic cuisine that is Siciliano....More

1  Thank msinfosd
Siciliandays c, Owner at Siciliandays, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2018

Hello! So thankfull about your recommendation, thanks a lot really, we appreciate it so much you enjoyed with us, we like to work with few people or small groups, is much more personalized and we love it. Ciao! Patrizia

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Wanderer281347
15 June 2018|
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Response from Becca K |
Is it possible to do vegetarian options on this course?
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Snh1912
25 May 2018|
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Response from frogdbs | Reviewed this property |
No, we did not.
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