Cooking class in Trogir
EDUCATIONAL COOKING CLASSES TO PROMOTE LOCAL CUISINE, CULTURE AND HISTORY OF FOOD IN TROGIR, CROATIA
Tastes, savours and colors of Dalmatia are an eternal inspiration for a cook. Therefore, in one-day cooking class your chef and author of culinary travelogues Ivana promotes the values of local cuisine and generously share her knowledge with all genuine lovers of food. Through nostalgic stories and indigenous recipes she will lead you to where the sun is the warmest, where the sea is the clearest, and the food is most delicious...
Roll up your sleeves and learn how to prepare traditional Dalmatian dishes in the authentic old stone house in ancient Trogir. Enjoy this culinary and cultural experience that will, without a doubt, become the highlight of your stay in Croatia.
Our cooking class begins with a meeting at 8:30 am in cafe bar on Radovan square in Trogir where we discuss the menu over coffe and home made pastries. Afterwards, we visit local food market and fish market where we buy fresh Adriatic fish and vegetable from local farmers. Ivana will take you to her home and will share with you traditional Dalmatian home-cooking techniques and recipes.
Our totally informal cooking courses are run in English.
Cooking class lasts from 9:00 till 14:00
Price: on request
The price includes: morning coffee, home made pastries, groceries, lunch, drinks and education
Minimum: 2 person
Maximum: 8 person
For bigger groups, transfer prices from Split or any additional information please contact us at email@example.com
Your chef Ivana was born in Zagreb in 1978. She has been a journalist for the last fifteen years and lives between Zagreb and Split. She loves to travel, discover new tastes, human habits, culture, custom and then writes about her adventures. She discovered her love and talent towards cooking at the same time when she discovered her inclination towards journalism. Since then travelling, cooking and writing are inextricably linked.
During her travels around the world, Ivana had an opportunity to meet directly with the local cuisine. She wanted to make some foreign specialties at her home and was not discouraged with obstacles that came along the way – no enough local ingredients. So she easily replaced them with ingredients available at almost every market in Croatia and sometimes deliberately added some of her own.
The most pleasant feelings she felt during her wanderings and tasting of Dalmatian meals are now noted in her second culinary travelogue that contains 35 nostalgic stories and 85 indigenous recipes.
With the help of her cookbook you can find out why it is joyful to travel, eat and love.
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