Venice, Italy, March 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- ‘Cook In Venice’, a renowned name when it comes to cooking classes in the Venice area, today announced the details related to their upcoming three day cooking course. The course would be organized from March 10 to March 12, 2014 at the Venice Certosa Hotel on the Certosa Island of Venice and provide an opportunity to people to learn the traditional Venetian cooking.
Speaking on the occasion, a representative of ‘Cook In Venice’ said, “We are extremely excited to confirm that ‘Cook In Venice’ would organize cooking classes for the participants to learn the traditional Venetian cooking. You can opt for one lesson, two lessons or three day course as per your convenience. Details related to prices, schedule as well as other offers can be found on our website.”
According to the representative of ‘Cook In Venice’, some of the world renowned cooks including Ada, Arianna and Monica would be demonstrating the recipes to the participants. Some of the dishes that would be prepared during the cooking course include traditional Venetian gnocchi, the original Tiramisu recipe, cicchetti and risotto among others. The participants would also get access to a number of additional attractions including a shopping trip with the cooks from ‘Cooking In Venice’ to Rialto Market, transportation by a private boat and a recipe booklet among others.
The bookings for the classes can be done online by visiting the website of the company. Those interested in the same would need to shell out Euro 150 for 1 lesson or Euro 450 for the entire course of three days. Last date of booking a seat is March 5, 2014. The participants would need to deposit 50 percent of the amount in advance that would not be refunded in case of any cancellation. Details related to full itinerary is also available on the website of the company.
About ‘Cook In Venice’
‘Cook In Venice’ came into being in the year 2010. Founders Monica and Arianna are renowned names of the field and love to teach others simple recipes that have an Italian flavor. The website of ‘Cook In Venice’ also provide detail of some of the most cherished Venetian recipes.