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Cooking is a great way to bring teams, friends and family together - even if it's virtually.


The beauty of our virtual Italian cooking classes is that you don't have to be in the same place, town or country to spend some time together.  

We are now accepting bookings for private: Team meetings, Christmas parties, bachelorette/bachelor parties, birthdays.... you name it. 

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Step 1 - Contact us. We'll get started with planning something unique for your group.

Step 2 - Two weeks before the class starts, we'll email the group instructions on how to join us live (all you need is a laptop or desktop and internet).  We'll also send you a list of ingredients, equipment and recipe so that you'll need to get ready ahead of time.

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Step 3 - Organise your ingredients, and set up your equipment and technology.

Step 4 - Log onto the Google Meet link, and join the interactive class.  We will cook together for 60 to 90 mins.  At the end of the class you will not only have the knowledge, but a great lunch or dinner to eat together.


Q. How many people do we need for a private class?

A: Min of 6 people

Q. How much do you charge?

A: If you are 6 people we charge €35 euros each. If you 8+ people we charge €25 euros each

Q: How long are the classes?

A: Between 60 to 90 mins, depending on the dish we choose to make

Q: What time is the class?

A: We will chose a time and date that works for the group

Q: Do we have to buy our own ingredients and equipment?

A: Yes, you will have to get everything before the class.

Q: Can we ask questions during the class?

A: Absolutely. We encourage it. :)

Q: Who will teach us to cook?

A: Gluten free Italian Chef Ilaria Bertinelli will lead the session, and be assisted by your host Quyen Ha. More about us here.

Q: What Italian dishes can we choose from?

A: We can decide together what to cook. For example, there might be an Italian dish you were dying to learn to make. Otherwise, we can make any of the following. More info here: Gnocchi, Fresh Pasta & Spinach Ravioli, Eggplant Parmesan & Caprese Salad or Roman Pastas (cacio e pepe, carbonara, amatriciana)

Q: Do you have something special lined up for Christmas?

A: Yes! We are doing a special class that includes a classic Italian cocktail called Bellini and a Christmas dish called Savarin with or without meatballs. It's super easy and delicious to make. See image below.

Q: How do we reach you?

A: Email us:

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