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Italian cooking: eight noteworthy classes to try "Enrica Rocca Venetian Countess Enrica Rocca founded her cookery school in 2002 and her daughters Charlotte and Claire oversee the London operation. Spend a full day selecting and preparing ingredients from Portobello Market or a shorter class learning how to make cicchetti, a Venetian snack, followed by a seasonal Italian pasta or risotto dish and Tiramisu" Read Full Article

Italian cooking: eight noteworthy classes to try

"Enrica Rocca
Venetian Countess Enrica Rocca founded her cookery school in 2002 and her daughters Charlotte and Claire oversee the London operation. Spend a full day selecting and preparing ingredients from Portobello Market or a shorter class learning how to make cicchetti, a Venetian snack, followed by a seasonal Italian pasta or risotto dish and Tiramisu"

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The World's Best Cooking Schools Enrica Rocca runs a cooking school beyond the ordinary. She’s an Italian cook of note and a flamboyant and passionate chef and restaurateur. She has Italian cooking in her blood and a contagious zest for life and food. Her dishes use two or three ingredients at most, well chosen, cooked with simplicity and brought to the table with gusto. Measurements are made by eye, timing done by instinct

The World's Best Cooking Schools

Enrica Rocca runs a cooking school beyond the ordinary. She’s an Italian cook of note and a flamboyant and passionate chef and restaurateur. She has Italian cooking in her blood and a contagious zest for life and food. Her dishes use two or three ingredients at most, well chosen, cooked with simplicity and brought to the table with gusto. Measurements are made by eye, timing done by instinct

Savour the Flavours of Venice "To take part in her lessons is more similar to the idea of a party than that of a class, experiencing the best food in Venice with the best possible host"  

Savour the Flavours of Venice

"To take part in her lessons is more similar to the idea of a party than that of a class, experiencing the best food in Venice with the best possible host"

 

Enrica Rocca's Venice "Discover Enrica's favourite places to eat and see in Venice" Read the Full Article  

Enrica Rocca's Venice

"Discover Enrica's favourite places to eat and see in Venice"

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Departure's Guide to Venice with Kids "Our cooking class with Enrica Rocca turned out to be the highlight of our trip" Read Full Article Here

Departure's Guide to Venice with Kids

"Our cooking class with Enrica Rocca turned out to be the highlight of our trip"

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The Secret Address Book of Vogue: Enrica Rocca Cookery School "The laissez-faire attitude is what makes these classes so special. With no predetermined menu, ingredients are chosen by you during the morning visits to Portobello Market. Back in the kitchen, measurements are more often made by the eye than the scales and cooking times are judged with scant regard for the clock. The result? Delicious, instinctive cooking thats still fun to learn"

The Secret Address Book of Vogue: Enrica Rocca Cookery School

"The laissez-faire attitude is what makes these classes so special. With no predetermined menu, ingredients are chosen by you during the morning visits to Portobello Market. Back in the kitchen, measurements are more often made by the eye than the scales and cooking times are judged with scant regard for the clock. The result? Delicious, instinctive cooking thats still fun to learn"

Scallops in the Morning "Enrica Rocca runs a cooking school beyond the ordinary. She’s an Italian cook of note and a flamboyant and passionate chef and restaurateur. She has Italian cooking in her blood and a contagious zest for life and food. Her dishes use two or three ingredients at most, well chosen, cooked with simplicity and brought to the table with gusto. Measurements are made by eye, timing done by instinct"

Scallops in the Morning

"Enrica Rocca runs a cooking school beyond the ordinary. She’s an Italian cook of note and a flamboyant and passionate chef and restaurateur. She has Italian cooking in her blood and a contagious zest for life and food. Her dishes use two or three ingredients at most, well chosen, cooked with simplicity and brought to the table with gusto. Measurements are made by eye, timing done by instinct"

Enrica Rocca's Favourite Restaurant for a Celebration "Osteria-Santa Marina is my all time favourite restaurant in Venice. This is a serious, ever-reliable restaurant with high standards-and if that sounds like faint praise, believe me, it is rare in Venice. Once of my favourite dishes in the carpaccio of raw scallops with smoked foie-gras shavings. Pair is with an Amarone and you are in Heaven"

Enrica Rocca's Favourite Restaurant for a Celebration

"Osteria-Santa Marina is my all time favourite restaurant in Venice. This is a serious, ever-reliable restaurant with high standards-and if that sounds like faint praise, believe me, it is rare in Venice. Once of my favourite dishes in the carpaccio of raw scallops with smoked foie-gras shavings. Pair is with an Amarone and you are in Heaven"

Enrica Rocca Cookery School Venice "We thoroughly enjoyed our cookery class, not just for the skills that we learnt but also for the tips on Venice hidden gems and the fun company" Read Full Article 

Enrica Rocca Cookery School Venice

"We thoroughly enjoyed our cookery class, not just for the skills that we learnt but also for the tips on Venice hidden gems and the fun company"

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New York Times Style Magazine- Travel Essentials | The Fairgoer’s Guide to Venice’s Other Attractions Enrica Rocca Cooking School "Learning authentic Venetian cookery is more about finding the best regional ingredients than knowing how to fry a fish. This is the fine point that Enrica Rocca, a Venetian countess and lifelong chef, likes to stress in her lessons. Her classes begin with shopping tips at Venice’s Rialto fish and produce market and end with a jolly cooking tutorial in her home. After a few casual yet highly informative hours spent with Ms. Rocca, guests leave with a knowledge of lagoon ingredients, a little culinary wisdom and, without fail, a full belly" Read Article Here

New York Times Style Magazine- Travel Essentials | The Fairgoer’s Guide to Venice’s Other Attractions

Enrica Rocca Cooking School
"Learning authentic Venetian cookery is more about finding the best regional ingredients than knowing how to fry a fish. This is the fine point that Enrica Rocca, a Venetian countess and lifelong chef, likes to stress in her lessons. Her classes begin with shopping tips at Venice’s Rialto fish and produce market and end with a jolly cooking tutorial in her home. After a few casual yet highly informative hours spent with Ms. Rocca, guests leave with a knowledge of lagoon ingredients, a little culinary wisdom and, without fail, a full belly"

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Cooking in the Kitchen of a Venetian Palazzo 

Cooking in the Kitchen of a Venetian Palazzo