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Umbria Cooking Class

Starting at €129 | 4 Hours | Parties of 2 to 14 | Paciano

Quick Details

Adult Ages 15 & Older
Child Ages up to 14

Enjoy an Umbria Cooking Class in Italy!

We are happy to host family cooking classes, kids cooking classes, team building cooking classes and honeymooner cooking classes also at our Organic Farm House.

Through this Slow Cooking experience, we aim to share the essence of the Italian kitchen, emphasizing the connection between nature and the nourishing qualities of food. Our menu includes not only traditional dishes but also a touch of creativity and innovation. We believe that knowing the origins and history of what you are cooking enhances the overall culinary experience.

What is included:

  • Arrival and welcome coffee
  • Olive oil and wine presentation and tasting
  • Home made pasta making with organic flours from the sketch
  • Lunch paired with wines
  • Coffe and time to relax!

Sample Menu

  • Home made tagliatelle bolognese (IGP local meat)
  • Home made ravioli with organic vegetables (farm to table)
  • Home made gnocchi or spaghetti or other like gnudi pasta
  • Italian dessert

From the garden to the kitchen with the slow cooking experience and the freshest ingredients.

They will illustrate the origins and history of what you are cooking. Learn how to cook like an Italian mother.

Imagine learning to make a real Italian Pasta and Roast.

Or a gluten-free tiramisu. Those are only some of what you can learn with us.

What is not included:

  • Transportation to the farm

After booking we will send all the details of the reservation.

If you wish to propose another day or time for the experience, send us a message: and we will do our best to reschedule, or we can include one more experience for all day.



cooking class in Italy
Highly recommended! Deborah L

This is probably the best part of our time in Italy! We were able to make three types of pasta from scratch along with tiramisu. Learning how to make pasta the Italian way made it so simple and something I am ready to try when I return home. After we made our pastas, we observed how to make different meat sauces which were served on our pastas when we enjoyed it all for lunch. We also made ravioli with a cheese filling. To say we had a filling lunch would be an understatement! Every bite was delicious. For dessert we made tiramisu which was the perfect way to end our meal. Along the way, we had wine, limoncello, Disaronno, natural and sparkling water, and flavored water

cooking class in Italy
Wonderful experience! Jamie W

The cooking class started with a walk through the kitchen garden to gather the last of the tomatoes that became the sauce for the pasta we were to make and to pick some figs that were transformed into jam that was wrapped for us to take home. We made several types of pastas, to go with several sauces with expert explanation about background to the food and how to make it. We also made tiramisu. Then we sat under the pergola to eat the results of our labors, accompanied by several wines and caprese salad. We made a quick tour of the olive press and some of us bought some of the oil produced on the farm. Its a real working farm and our hosts explained the joys and tribulations of producing a high quality oil in industry fraught with fraud and mass production of poor quality.