Learn how to cook Cordovan style during a 1.5-hour cooking class with wine in the heart of Cordoba. Heavily influenced by Cordoba’s history, many of the city’s typical dishes are still made according to Christian, Jewish, Moorish and Roman traditions. Under the watchful eye of a local chef, prepare and enjoy a traditional ‘salmorejo’ (gazpacho-style soup) and 'cola de toro' (a hearty oxtail stew) in a local restaurant while learning about Andalucian’s culinary heritage.
- Free drinks included
- Led by a local guide
- Ideal choice for families
Head to the center of Cordoba and meet your host inside one of the center’s pretty patios – colorful Cordovan courtyards that are bedecked with flowers. After your introduction, stroll to a nearby restaurant where your cooking class takes place.
All utensils and equipment are provided for your session, and under the expert eye of your host – a local chef – you’ll learn all about the culinary secrets of Cordoba. Like the city itself, much of the Andalucian cuisine is steeped in history, and dishes are made according to Christian, Jewish, Moorish and Roman traditions.
While learning about Cordoba – its history and food – help your host make two much-loved local specialties: salmorejo and cola de toro. Help chop tomatoes and garlic to make the chilled salmorejo, and stir the rich and hearty cola de toro oxtail stew.
Toward the end of your session, sit down with your host and group to eat your creations! The dishes are paired with quality Andalucian wine – carefully selected by your host to complement and accentuate the flavors of the food.
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- Cooking class
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities (optional)
Central Cordoba, near the Cathedral
Concludes at the restaurant in central Cordoba
Monday to Friday