Cooking Classes Around The World

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Cooking Classes Around The World

Some people love being in the kitchen. They love trying new recipes and tasting new delicacies. Are you one of them? If your answer is yes, you are in the right place. Robo found the perfect holiday activity for you! Check out these cooking classes from all around the world and make your trip more unforgettable!

L’Ecole de Cuisine Alain Ducasse, Paris, France

There is no better place than a school founded by renowned Michelin-star chef Alain Ducasse to learn about French cuisine. The Parisian institution welcomes beginners, but classes primarily concentrate on creating and plating extremely ambitious dishes from Ducasse's cookbooks, like lobster court bouillon and roasted langoustines with pepper and confit lemon.

Giuliano Hazan’s Northern Italy Cooking School, Verona, Italy

Giuliano Hazan, a chef, cookbook author, and the son of Marcella Hazan, the dean of Italian cuisine, leads participants in a one-week immersive food and wine course where they learn how to make homemade pasta, risotto, meatballs, and other dishes. The class is held in a luxuriously appointed sixteenth-century villa in the heart of northern Italy's wine region.

Catacurian, Catalonia, Spain

This cooking school in El Priorat, a region just 100 miles southwest of Barcelona, offers a variety of workshops on regional specialties such as charcoal-grilled meats, bomba rice and paella, Siurana olive oils, and vibrant Montsant wines.

Tokyo Sushi Academy, Tokyo, Japan

Students can make like renowned Michelin-starred chef Jiro and realize their sushi dreams at this culinary institute in Tokyo. The majority of tourists will participate in the 90-minute "make your own sushi" experience offered at Tsukiji, the place where the delicacy was first created. The four-week or eight-week sushi courses are available for those who are more dedicated and have more time.

The Madrones, Philo, California, USA

The Madrones' workshops pay homage to tried-and-true locals who have been at it for a while, such as Fran Gage and her Old Chatham Ranch olive oil. A cooking class, lunch, a takeout meal, and a field experience are all included in the workshops.

James St. Cooking School, Brisbane, Australia

Brisbane's James St. Cooking School offers three-hour courses in which top chefs demonstrate techniques followed by small team hands-on work, resulting in a shared meal as a class. These classes range from Modern Australian Cooking to Dude Food (meat-heavy, single-serving pot wonders).

Sazon, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Join Chef Paco, owner of Petit Four Pâtisserie and Confiserie, for a market tour, and then return to the 18th-century casa's kitchen to discover the techniques for making salsa verde, guacamole, chilaquiles, and even the michelada, Mexico's well-known beer cocktail.

Casa Luna Cooking School, Bali, Indonesia

One of Bali's top cooking schools, Casa Luna Cooking School in Ubud teaches students how to make traditional Balinese dishes as well as the significance of food in Balinese culture and how to use the many herbs and spices that are used in the cuisine. Following the class, participants typically prepare a sumptuous meal, which is served with homemade hibiscus tea or local rice wine.

Beit Sitti Cooking School, Amman, Jordan

In one of Amman's oldest neighborhoods, the Beit Sitti cooking school is a social enterprise that employs local women who share decades of culinary knowledge while teaching their regional dishes—felafel, ouzisurar, freakehoudjaj, tabbouleh, and kibbeh. The name translates as "My Grandmother's House," and it was founded by three sisters. When dining on the lovely terrace, savor the delicate fragrances and textures.

Magnolia Bakery, NYC, Chicago and LA, USA

The Upper West Side store in Manhattan, Chicago, and Los Angeles of Magnolia Bakery, now provide icing classes to aspiring cupcake confectioners. Each class lasts an hour and a half, has a theme, and includes techniques like flower cupcakes, piped cupcakes, inscriptions, and even Magnolia Bakery's famous cupcake swirl. The themes range from traditional to specialty-filled and holiday-decorated cupcakes. The cherry on top is that each participant gets to take home six cupcakes or, depending on the class, an entire cake.

Traveling Spoon, All Around the World!

Traveling Spoon is a curated and thoroughly researched collection of cooking experiences and classes for travelers. The classes and experiences, which include local market visits, are hosted in the host's home by locals who are passionate about their food and city. In Christina's Athens kitchen, learn how to make authentic Greek phyllo dough from scratch. Join local celebrity chef Grace in Hong Kong as she demonstrates how to make one of her family's signature dishes, soy sauce braised chicken. And, with a presence in 68 countries, there are many more waiting to be discovered.

Now choose your destination, buy your flight tickets from Roboair and start your culinary journey. Don’t forget to book your hotel room from Roboair, too!