Use these cooking classes to enjoy the German culinary delights
One of the best ways to experience a different culture and learn a lot about a place is the cuisine associated with a particular country or region. Germany is no different. If you want to gain more insight into the cuisine, culture and people of Germany, learning the associated culinary arts is a pretty good way to start your exploration. Berlin and Germany as a whole have a rich culinary art and a rural heritage. That’s why there are many food markets, food festivals, farmers’ markets and harvest festivals.
To learn how to cook traditional German food, it’s a good start to visit market stalls and restaurants to sample typical dishes and then go a step further and learn how to prepare meals. Cooking classes are not only a great way to learn, but also a fun way to meet people and have a good time together. There are a variety of cooking classes, some of which are offered privately, others for groups and others in combination with guided tours to put together attractive packages. Whatever you choose, remember to have fun and enjoy the learning process so you can repeat the meals for your friends and families. Here are some cooking classes in Germany to help you get started on a culinary journey of discovery:
– Cooking class Bayern Schnitzel
This cooking course is offered at the Farm Oberaudorf for a duration of 4 to 6 hours for an amount of around 140 euros. The course is designed to teach beginners how to cook Bavarian dishes in a 150-year-old farmhouse, which makes the experience much more authentic.
– Bavarian pretzel cooking course
If you love pretzels, then visit a course on baking Bavaria-Brezeln in Munich. You pay 85 € for the 4-hour course in a local house and this is a private, practical experience that gives you a deeper understanding of traditional German baking techniques as well as a new found appreciation of pretzels as an excellent snack!
– Berlin Market Tour and Cooking Course
For an amount of about 80 euros you can experience the German cuisine and the Berlin market for 6 hours. Cooking starts with a shopping spree and the market at Winterfield Market will be the source of your ingredients, followed by a cooking class by a culinary expert and a 4-course lunch with traditional specialties. This tour is a group trip limited to 4 people.
– Bavarian dessert class
Pamper yourself like a cute cat by signing up for a Bavarian dessert course in Oberaudorf, where you can learn how to make traditional desserts such as apple cucumber, Bavarian cream and schmarn on the farm. You can enjoy amazing Bavarian beers and coffee.