Learn about North Indian gastronomy in a private market tour, cooking lesson and dinner in a local home. Your host for the day is Mala, the consummate host and talented home-cook. Mala will take you to her favorite local market and show you the seasonal fruits and vegetables for sale. Return home and learn to prepare a few dishes together in her kitchen. Once the meal is ready you will enjoy it along with Mala's family at their dining table.
At the beginning we'll have Japanese lesson for about 1 hour.We'll start with self introduction in Japanese and then we'll practice some greeting words, such as 'Arigato(Thank you)' 'Sumimasen(Excuse me/I'm sorry)' etc...Then step up to next level 'phrases frequently used for shopping / restaurant' such as 'Ikura desuka?(How much?''～ wa doko desuka?(Where is ～?)' etc...After the lesson we'll leave for local food hopping tour!We'll visit Kuromon fish market first.And then walk through 'Doguyasuji' Kitchen tool street, Nanba Yasaka shrine, Sennichimae shopping street, Hozen ji street etc...I'll pick up some local street food s on the way, you can fill up your stomach with 1000 yen!★1000 yen is included in the tour fee.★I'll give you 1000 yen cash when we leave for the tour so you can use any places you want on the tour;-)BUT don't forget to use Japanese as much as you can when you do shopping!;-PWe'll finish the tour somewhere in Dotonbori.
This small group tour will be the best choice if you want to learn to make Chinese dumplings and Chinese calligraphy, You will visit the local morning food market, then learn with the local family to make dumpling,it will also be your lunch to enjoy. A great experience to walk in the locals life and talk with the locals about your favorite topics. After lunch,have a interesting calligraphy lesson in the nearby Tang Art Museum to learn more Chinese traditional culture. It will be a fabulous day.
Join Midori in the kitchen for a private cooking lesson in her beautiful cooking studio in the heart of Takayama. Your culinary experience will begin with a trip to the morning Miyagawa Market where you will shop for seasonal produce. Return to the cooking studio and learn about the special cuisine of this region of Japan. Midori will teach you how to make an authentic Japanese meal which you will then enjoy in her charming dining area. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know a local cook and learn about the regional cuisine.
Visit a local market with an expert home cook and learn to make North Indian dishes in a home kitchen. Your host today is Shivani, who has been cooking since she was a teenager and inherited family recipes and cooking techniques from her mother. Her biggest passion is to cook for her family, and both her husband and daughter relish good food. After marrying, Shivani’s passion for cooking grew and she started to develop new recipes. She runs a catering company that provides wholesome and delicious home cooked food for parties, gatherings and office lunches.Shivani will take you to her local market before you return to her home for an hour long cooking lesson. After learning to cook some of her favorite dishes you will enjoy the meal together at her table.
Ismael is a professionally trained chef and wine expert who excitedly shares his passion for Mexican cuisine with his guests. Join him for a visit to Mercado San Juan, Mexico City's oldest gourmet market. Then take the subway to his home for a hands-on cooking lesson during which he will teach you how to prepare a few dishes. You'll enjoy the meal together at his table and leave with new cooking skills and lifelong memories.
After you meet your host Daniela at her home, you will walk to the local market that sells a wide variety of local products including fresh fruits and vegetables. Daniela will teach you about the local ingredients used in Colombian cuisine and the history behind the country's diverse food. After you pick up a few essentials from the market, you'll return to Daniela’s home to learn how to cook with her mother.During your 1-2 hour lesson you will learn to prepare 2-3 authentic Colombian dishes that you will later share with the welcoming family at their dining table. Potential dishes you may experiment with are Colombian picada (a platter of fried meats and vegetables), ajiaco (traditional soup), sudado de muchacho (meat and potato). Your meal could end on a sweet note with chicharrón mazamorra (a traditional dessert made with corn).Don't hesitate to embark on this culinary adventure and learn all about Columbian culture and cuisine!
Learn about traditional Kerala cooking with your host Leela, a member of the Syrian Christian community. Leela will take you to the market and teach you about local fruits, vegetables and spices. Return to her home for a cooking lesson where you will learn to make dishes that are commonly served at festive banquets. Next you will enjoy the meal together at her table and savor the delight of a home-cooked feast.
Your host Makiko is a true Tokyo native and lives in a beautiful, spacious townhouse in the residential neighborhood around Komazawa Olympic Park. Makiko values fresh, seasonal, traditional Japanese ingredients sourced locally and uses them in her dishes to add distinctive flavor to her food. Join Makiko for a market tour of the local supermarket as well as the fish and vegetable shop and learn about essential Japanese ingredients that locals use in their everyday cooking before you experience a hands-on cooking lesson in Makiko's kitchen. This is a beautiful opportunity to learn from a local and return home with valuable knowledge on how to transform essential ingredients into creative flavorful dishes.