ALMA Summer course - A Taste of Italy

General

Program Description

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A Taste Of Italy is the first short-course by ALMA:

A 1-week program addressed to international students looking for a first culinary art experience with a passion for Italian Food and wishing to enrich their trip to Italy, including a different way to explore the country and discovering the excellences of Italian Gastronomy in a brand new way.

The course, following the “ALMA Method”, combines academic lessons, direct experience of products and raw materials, command of techniques and processes, knowledge and practice of Italian traditional recipes and includes a focus on pasta, wines and pastry as well as a lecture on History of Italian Cuisine and a tasting session. Therefore, it represents the best opportunity for those students who are travelling to Italy to discover the secrets of the Italian Cuisine and to have a first approach with the culinary arts education.

The program will also allow the students to have a direct touch of the school life-changing experience, therefore being preparatory to ALMA courses, the New Italian Culinary Program and the Italian Modern Pastry Program.

The school will also provide, upon request, information about hotels in Parma, UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy and Capital of Culture 2020, and in the nearby area, selecting those structures that can enrich the “food and wine” experience.

2020 schedule:

·Summer edition: July 2020

·Autumn edition: September 2020

Last updated Jan 2020

About the School

THE WORLD’S LEADING CENTER FOR TRAINING IN ITALIAN CUISINE ALMA - The International School of Italian Cuisine is hosted in the magnificent Ducal Palace of Colorno, located in a beautiful Italian-styl ... Read More

THE WORLD’S LEADING CENTER FOR TRAINING IN ITALIAN CUISINE ALMA - The International School of Italian Cuisine is hosted in the magnificent Ducal Palace of Colorno, located in a beautiful Italian-style garden. The school is 10 km from Parma, the heart of the Italian Food Valley, and awarded by UNESCO as Creative City of Gastronomy, where also EFSA - the European Food Safety Authority is located. Read less