Mamma Agata Cooking School on the Amalfi Coast

Plans are solidifying for a trip to Italy next summer, and I am considering how I will spend a couple of weeks there, when what I’d really like is a couple of years!

Somewhere in the south, I want to take a cooking class. My mother did this a few years ago in Sorrento, and had a great time. The food part was wonderful, but she was just as amazed that the teacher spent half the day cooking with several students, while wearing what Mom described as a black “cocktail dress” with no apron, with no spills or flour smudges at all.

A few weeks ago I mentioned a cooking class offered in Palermo, and here is another, in Ravello on the Amalfi Coast. I love making simple pasta like this for lunch!

Mamma Agata Cooking School on the Amalfi Coast.

And here is a video of Mamma Agata at work:


8 thoughts on “Mamma Agata Cooking School on the Amalfi Coast

  1. OMG Mamma Agata’s recipes look so yummy, I can smell them just looking at the videos and can’t wait to try some of them! Thanks, Sandy,

    • I am scouring the internet for cooking classes–I’m sure there will be too many to choose from. What a shame if I had to take two or three!! :)

    • I didn’t even notice the cat!! I know there are lots of cooking schools all over Italy–and many quite informal like this one looks. I’ll be doing a lot of research over the next months. Isn’t the anticipation and planning half the fun of travel?

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