The New York Times Goes Cooking in Lecce

April 18, 2014

The travel experts in the New York Times have spoken. And they’re as excited as we are about the unique and spectacular cuisine of Lecce and the Salento.

 

Read all about the art of Cucina Povera and the growing popularity of Puglian Cooking Classes in this story starring our own incomparable instructor, Gianna Greco of Cooking Experience Lezioni di Cucina Salentina, along with our friends at Lecce’s most entertaining restaurant, Alle Due Corte.

 

If you would like to learn the secrets of Puglian and Salentine cuisine from Gianna, come and join us on our Savouring the Salento Tour this September! Our Italian culinary tour will feature three amazing cooking classes with Gianna - two at her gorgeous school in the heart of Lecce, and one aboard a fishing boat, where we will learn about fishing techniques from local fishermen, and then cook what we catch using traditional local recipes.

 

As if that's not enough to tempt you, we will also show you the amazing sights and hidden corners of the region, introduce you to warm and friendly local producers, take you to the best restaurants, and guide you through the gastronomic adventure of a lifetime. Limited space is still available, but with our special September tour discount - €750 off of our regular tour price - we expect it to be sold out soon. Contact us now if you would like to join the adventure.

 

Buon appetito, and see you in Puglia!

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