Why choose Summer School by Cordon Bleu

Why choose Summer School by Cordon Bleu

Cooking holidays in Italy: try Italian and Tuscany gastronomy

Whether long or based on one single workshop, no prior knowledge is required for these courses.

They are open to those new to the cooking experience as well as those who want to improve their skills or add new and innovative recipes to traditional ones.

The Italian cooking school Cordon Bleu has a network of professional chef teachers dedicated to providing the highest level of culinary instruction, and taking participants on a memorable taste experience, in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

These courses can be taught in English.

Who is the course for?

Who is the course for?

These courses are ideal for students and amateurs wishing to further their knowledge of the main products of classic Italian cooking, bakery and pizza making.

The course is also designed for those interested in furthering their knowledge of Italian wine and students of science of cooking and high cousin. The course deals with making and production processes of Italian fresh pasta, bread, pizza and focaccia and typical regional Italian cooking. Moreover, wine making and tasting will be covered in depth. 

The course is organised in about 6 hours of lesson per day from Monday to Friday, 70% of which are didactic laboratories. The Italian cooking and culture lessons will be accompanied by wine tastings pairing food and wine. Guided tours to wine companies, wine cellars and cult places of Florence’s gastronomy will conclude the course.

 

Individual Lessons

You can follow our COOKINGCOACH and explore a topic of Italian cuisine and pastry at your choice.

The Art of Pasta Making

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The professional cooking course on the Art of Making Pasta at the Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts is a professional cooking course which aims to form specialists in the most representative area of Italian cuisine.
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