WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
- Typology: Private tour
- Duration: 2-3 hrs
- Starting time: According to reservation
- Included: Learn to make fresh pizza and gelato
Class enjoys the food they have prepared the in the dining room
All necessary ingredients and materials
Each cook will have their own personal workstation
Market shopping with the chef (optional)
Each participant has their own space
Antipasti and local wines
- Operating Days: Sun; Mon; Tue; Wed; Thu; Fri; Sat;
- Meeting Point: Corso del Rinascimento, 65, ring the doorbell 'InRome Cooking'.
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The Walks Inside Rome team
With our Pizza Making and Gelato class you will learn to make TWO of Italy’s most iconic creations. We’ll let you in on the secrets to both including that age old question what is the difference between gelato and ice-cream!!
Love authentic Italian pizza? Consider the culinary experience of combining pomodoro sauce made from San Marzano tomatoes and creamy mozzarella di bufala melting over hand-rolled dough with your favorite fresh, locally-grown ingredients such as flowering Roman zucchini, spicy salami, Sicilian peppers, farm-fresh mushrooms, and sweet red onions from Tropea.
With this private Pizza Making and Gelato class, you will become a real Italian pizza maker, or “pizzaiolo” as well as learn the art of creating homemade gelato! Perfect for kids and adults, locals and visitors, this class is designed for anyone with a passion for delicious food, having fun, and learning something new. While making your edilble masterpieces, you will be welcomed with local specialties such as a sparkling glass of prosecco, Calabrian viagro chilli sauce spread over bruschetta, and melon wrapped in “Prosciutto di Parma”.
As your signature pizza is cooking, you will have the fabulous opportunity to customize and create ice-cold gelato from scratch. Choose from a variety of delicious flavors including fresh fruits of the season, rich roasted hazelnuts, high-quality dark chocolate from Perugia, and deep-green pistachios to name a few.
Led by our seasoned English-speaking chef and held in a 17th Century Palazzo near Piazza Navona, this family-friendly cooking class is a truly unique and fantastic way to spend the day in Rome!