Mediterranean Food and Wine
The smells and flavours of the Mediterranean
The Mediterranean diet is an integral part of Italy’s cultural, historical, social and territorial heritage.
The course is aimed at theoretical and practical learning of the basic principles of the Mediterranean diet such as pasta, starch, bread and pizza.
Students will learn about the culinary style of southern Italy, which is characterized by a simple cuisine, based on olive oil, a wide variety of vegetables, classic pizza, delicious pasta and bread that cannot be missed on the table of an Italian.
The heart of the Italian environment, the Mediterranean diet received in 2010 the recognition of “intangible heritage of humanity” by UNESCO.
The Red Route, takes students on a journey where the senses are lit and flavours will be more intense, and they will be able to experience traditional Italian cuisine, from theory to practice, and tasting.
The Red Route takes students on a journey where the senses are lit and the flavours will be more intense, and they will be able to experience traditional Italian cuisine, from theory to practice and tasting.
In addition to learning the Italian culinary vocabulary, ingredients, homemade pasta processing, stews, risottos, risottos, risottos, bread and pizza, students will be able to learn the basic recipes and concepts of Mediterranean food style through the Red Route.
Everything that is experienced, learned and tasted during the lessons and travels of the Red Route, which culminates with the “Dinner of Wisdom and Flavours”, an evening in which you can share different types of culinary preparations learned during the activities.