Culinary tours in Italy
I was wondering if anyone could suggest a good cooking tour in Italy. Traveling alone- would love to do the truffle festival in October. Any suggestions?
I recently did one through International Kitchen, the Classic Tuscany tour. I wasn't sure what to expect but it was fantastic. I was with my mother but there was a single person in our group. The groups are capped at 8. We would cook for 4 hours each day, eat what we made for lunch, then either relax or tour in the afternoon (it's all an itinerary). We made at least 6 or 7 things at every lesson and what we cooked was delicious. Claudio, the instructor was fantastic- very flexible in what we cooked, all the produce was from his farm, meat was locally sourced. We also went to the farmers market in the small town that the B&B was outside of to pick up cheese and tripe, which I got to cook (the tripe). It was my favorite part of my trip to Italy; far exceeding my expectations.