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Holidays in Sicily: Farmhouse with cooking classes.

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    • Are you planning your next holidays and looking for a Agriturismo with cooking classes in Sicily to learn traditional Sicilian recipes ? Holidays are a perfect time to dedicate yourself to passions left aside during the year. Having so much time available and the right mood, a weekend or a few ... See more

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Are you planning your next holidays and looking for a Agriturismo with cooking classes in Sicily to learn traditional Sicilian recipes ? Holidays are a perfect time to dedicate yourself to passions left aside during the year. Having so much time available and the right mood, a weekend or a few days of vacation in a farm in Syracuse , Ragusa or Catania , are the right opportunity to get your hands on pasta.

Holidays in Sicily: Farmhouse with cooking classes

Sicily , besides being a land rich in naturalistic and architectural beauties, is also a land rich in typical tasty dishes of strong fresh flavors. There is no better way to learn how to cook Sicilian dishes than taking cooking lessons from experts on local food and products, their tradition and their importance for Sicilian cuisine. In our Farms in Sicily that organize cooking classes you will be welcomed in typical accomodations, Farmhouses and Farms where qualified chefs or authentic housewives will make you discover the ancient Sicilian culinary tradition.

You will learn how to cook typical Sicilian recipes :the pasta "c'anciova" to that with sardines and wild fennel, the typical cous-cous  of the area of Trapani, the caponata of aubergines, the timbales of baked pasta, the sardines "beccafico", the "murati" octopuses, and typical fried fish, you wil taste   typical  "street food" of Palermo made of arancine, fried calzones, "panelle and crocchè", and end your meal with cassate, sfinci and cannoli.

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