Discovering traditional Sicilian food

Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe. This mountain region of Sicily is known widely for its beautiful ski resorts, delicious cuisine and of course, Italian wine

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Gourmet Experiences
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It is here that Monica Consoli has her charming Sicilian house built in the 18th century, with a lovely courtyard full of citrus trees and jasmine. The classes will take place in the large typical kitchen which was her mother’s “kingdom” and where she learned all the secrets of traditional good cooking. Each lesson lasts about 3 hours with a final lunch that consists of the dishes made during the cooking class. Other classes available on request include: “Italian Cuisine”, “Haute Cuisine”, “Country-style Cookery”, “Plate and Table Decoration”, “Étiquette”, “École Ménagère”, “Quick Recipes”, “Hand-Made Pasta”, “Lectures and Tasting of Olive Oil”, “Lectures and Tasting of Sicilian and/or Italian cheese”.

After lunch visit the prestigious Benanti Winery, one of the first wineries in Sicily to produce high quality wines. They maximized the potential of Etnean soil by researching particular clones and by using the most modern techniques of vinification to produce ancient fragrances.

Highlights:

  • Traditional home-made Italian cuisine
  • Picturesque ambience
  • 3-hour activity
  • Lunch included
  • Special classes available on request
  • Visit to a famous winery

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