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Parma cuisine Cooking class

Would you like to learn the secrets of the traditional dishes of the Parma cuisine? Try our hands-on cooking classes and prepare your own traditional Parma lunch with a local cook. Have a great time surrounded by doughs, pans and good food! 

 

 

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During this day, spent in a large kitchen of a beautiful villa in the countryside of Parma, you will learn to cook our tipycal dishes choosing between the “tortelli d'erbetta”, a square-shaped egg pasta stuffed with a tasty filling made with ricotta and spinach and served with butter and parmesan or the “torta fritta”, a thin fried bread that will accompany the wonderful local cold cuts. As a main course you will prepare the 'Duchessa di parma, a meat envelope made with Parma ham. Your final and 'sweet' effort will be the 'sbrisolona', a tipycal cake made with corn flour, butter, sugar and almonds.

You will be hands on, learning how to prepare the dough and the filling with the help of a local cook: the “rezdora”. You will then have the pleasure of sitting down at the table to enjoy what you have prepared eating together and drinking a glass of good wine.

 

 

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Departure from the hotel at 9.30:00 am in Parma

 

Return to the hotel at 3.30 pm in Parma

 

ALL INCLUSIVE FORMULA

  • Transport  Maestro Travel Experience 
  • Cooking class (in requested language)
  • Lunch (drinks included)
  • Maestro Travel Experience gift

 

Minimum departure: 2 persons

 

Length: 1 day

 

Variable cost depending on the n. of partecipants

 

 

 

 

DID YOU KNOW...

 

WHO THE “ARZDORA” IS?

The “arzdoura” or “rezdora” was the wife of the arzdour head of the family, and she was responsable for the good administration of her family of farmers.

She took care of the household chores and the courtyard animals, weaved the hemp and spinned the wool to make clothes for the whole family. All the women of the family (daughters and daughters-in-law) depended on her and helped her in the household activities and the work in the field. Rezdora comes from the latin verb regere, dirigere (to manage, to supervise).

In Parma, people still use the dialect word rezdora, resdora, arzdoura, as referred to the housewife.

 

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