Cooking Class - Italian Farmers' Market

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Explore the seasonal and sensational farmers' market fare used to build an elegant Italian menu.

In this hands-on class with Italian-trained Chef Chris, you will have the opportunity to embark on a unique culinary journey by creating a menu of signature Italian dishes perfectly suited for the season.

As one of the world’s most beloved cuisines, the secret of really amazing Italian food lies in seasonality. Italian cuisine is built on a foundation of using fresh, in-season ingredients from the farmers' market. If you want to sample the heart and soul of what makes Italian food so divine, you must cook with the seasons!

Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 6
  • Meal Courses 4
  • Event Duration 2.5 hours
  • Labels Couples, Date Night, Holiday, Italian, Vegetarian

Cozymeal guest reviews for this experience

Carolyn T.


29 May 2022

It was a delightful family activity, very fun and casual! We are all pretty good cooks but we still learned new tips and advice from Chris. The food was delicious! He was good at giving direction for the range of cooking levels in the class.

Angie H.


20 Mar 2022

Very fun and I learned a lot.

Kevin S.


26 Aug 2019

We really enjoyed our experience with Chef Chris. It was an intimate setting for 6 people, so even when one person handled one part of the meal execution, everyone could learn from it. Chris was extremely knowledgeable and could answer all our questions thoroughly, so we learned a lot. I also like the style of teaching where we're not taught to just follow a recipe, but instead taught to cook by scent and taste. The one recommendation I have is that because we started with making the dessert first and didn't get to the appetizer until later, we didn't have anything to eat until about 1.5-2 hours into the class. I understand from a meal prep perspective it made sense, but we were pretty ravenous by the time we could munch on the appetizer. Maybe some cheese and crackers/bread at the beginning would help, or start with the appetizer dish? Still we thoroughly enjoyed the experience and plan to return again. Thanks!