A Springtime Adventure! Venture to Veneto with me!
Come discover the sights, smells and tastes of the region of Veneto in Northern Italy on a culinary tour with Oldways. See the production of Prosecco (and taste yes please!) first hand and meet the artisans that make delicious cheese and local olive oil.
What better way to get to know a new region than to be introduced through culinary travel? I am joining a tour of travelers who share the same passion for food that I do. Another added bonus… Chefs Kevin O’Donnell and Michael Lombardi of the acclaimed SRV restaurant in Boston will be traveling with us sharing their knowledge and expertise as well. Oldways culinary tours takes small groups of travelers off the beaten path. Each tour is led in partnership with a culinary expert or chef, planned with a ﬁrm belief that the heart of any culture can be illuminated by exploring its food, wine, and culinary traditions.
We will Eat-Taste-Eat-Again.
Come join me on this fun filled foodie adventure. I am so thrilled to be traveling with my friends at Oldways and they are offering an Early Discount for this culinary tour that ends January 31st. The talented chefs from SRV in Boston will lead cooking demonstrations of beloved regional dishes in the kitchen of a luxurious, 15th century estate. Then a few days later, step inside a Verona cooking school to cook alongside the chefs in a hands-on cooking class.
We will all be learning about the people and culture of the region by focusing on local cuisine. Sounds amazing to me! Who do you know that would love to come with us? Take advantage of the Early Pricing and save on this once in a lifetime trip. I hope you can join me. Just imagine after we stroll along the canals of Venice we will travel over to Verona to see Casa di Giulietta, the stunning 13th-century home said to have inspired Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. But that is just part of the tour, additionally we will experience breathtaking Roman architecture and the Arena di Verona, the Roman amphitheater that dates back to 290 AD.