I am looking for suggestions for a 1 day cooking class in Rome. we have a 4 day stop in Rome in March and would enjoy spending 1 day in the kitchen.
Cooking classes in Rome is the fun way to spend the day: http://www.cookingclassesinrome.com/
This link may also provide some suggestions. Enjoy!
Thanks for the leads, have you taken classes from any of them?
We took the one from Chef Andrea Consigli at Cooking Classes In Rome and recommend it highly. We had a great time. He's very funny, in that indignant chef sort of way. His girlfriend is American and does the logistics. The food was delicious and the price was a lot better than some of the other cooking classes. Photos of our class here. It was a highlight of our trip. (We found it convenient to schedule this on a Monday, as so many of the museums are closed on Monday.) Happy travels.
We had a lot of fun going for a fully hands-on cooking day out in the Rome countryside with Convivio Rome (http://www.conviviorome.com). Chef Guido is an excellent teacher and made sure that all of my family enjoyed participating in his hands-on lesson. Guido is passionate about local organic food and sources all ingredients from local farmers. The dishes we prepared under his watchful eye were absolutely delicious!
I struggle to find sufficient words to describe the day. It was perfect, and the highlight of our 5 days in Rome. We do hope to visit them again the next time we are in Italy.
We will be in Rome in July and also plan to take a one day cooking class with "Cooking In Rome" as two couples that we have been life-long friends with both took separate trips in 2013 to Rome and both took this class and say it was one of the highlights of their trip.