Classic Culinary Program

A Taste of Roman Countryside

 

A Flavor of Local Traditions savored one day at a time

 

Cooking Classes and Culinary Tours Program

A Taste of Roman Countryside Culinary Program is reserved for the guests of
Palazzo Gregorio & Palazzo Gregorio’s Cottage

 

Each package includes:

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5 Hands-on cooking classes with an Italian, English speaking chef

All food & wine included with meals

Tours of local culinary related locations

Transfers from Fiumicino Airport or the local train station to Casa Gregorio

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Sunday – Welcome in Roman Countryside

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Benvenuti and check-in at the villa followed by a welcome aperitivo. After check-in you set off for a guided walk acquainting you with the medieval historical village of Castro Dei Volsci. Following our walking tour, Casa Gregorio welcomes our guests to an early dinner in one of our dining rooms, concluding with an after dinner liqueur.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row row_type=”row” use_row_as_full_screen_section=”no” type=”full_width” angled_section=”no” text_align=”left” background_image_as_pattern=”without_pattern” css_animation=””][vc_column][vc_separator type=”small” position=”center” color=”#c6ad88″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row row_type=”row” use_row_as_full_screen_section=”no” type=”full_width” angled_section=”no” text_align=”left” background_image_as_pattern=”without_pattern” css_animation=””][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1522617918377{margin-top: 20px !important;}”]

Monday – Olive Oil Culinary Tour

meet our Pastry Chef

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After a typical Italian breakfast in the Casa Gregorio’s new cappuccino bar, we set off to the town of Arpino, birthplace of Cicero and land of the “Olives”. This morning we visit a traditional olive oil mill (Frantoio) and are explained the process of how to make Extra Virgin Olive Oil. We then proceed to a local estate and taste the fresh olive oil. A light lunch with flavors of the oil and a sample of some of the owner’s organic wine accompany our visit. Prior to leaving olive country, you may just decide to bring home a bottle of “Terra di Cicerone” extra virgin oil.

Back to Casa gregorio, at around 4pm its time to meet our Chef and start baking! Dinner is served at the Villa’s dining room.

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Tuesday – Culinary Tour at Fossanova

Cooking Lesson ANTIPASTI

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Today, after breakfast at Casa Gregorio, we set off for a visit to the local town’s farmers’ market to gather what’s needed for tonight’s antipasto extravaganza and get a feel of how the locals live. Next, a visit to a local cheese Caseificio and sample fresh Ricotta, Buffalo mozzarella and Provolone. The morning continues with of visit to the “Abbey of Fossanova” on our journey to the Tyrrhenian seaside town of Terracina. A view of the sea and a stroll by a few shops, we lunch at the local Trattoria Centosedici. Upon return and a short time for relaxation, we begin our second cooking class by preparing a variety of “Antipasti”. Bruschette, Crostini, Crocchette, Arancini, Frittate, Frittelle di zucchini, grilled peppers and eggplant, stuffed zucchini are a few examples accompanied by the sampling of various Formaggi and olives and are enjoyed at dinner with wine in Casa Gregorio’s dining room.

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Wednesday – Culinary Tours at Guarcino

Cooking Lesson PRIMI PIATTI

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Breakfast at Casa Gregorio’s bar. Today’s journey begins at Pastorella and watch the process of fresh sausage, followed by a visit at “Prosciuttificio” in the town of Guarcino (the Parma of Ciociaria), and there we have a picnic lunch of fresh hand cut prosciutto or porchetta. Upon our return to Casa Gregorio, with a short time to relax, we begin our hands-on cooking lesson number three with our chef Valerio. Fantasia of “Primi Piatti”, you will learn how to prepare a variety of home made pasta shapes with the proper seasonal sauce, that you will then enjoy tonight at dinner with a great bottle of wine in Casa Gregorio’s dining room.

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Thursday – Wine Tour

Cooking Lesson SECONDI PIATTI

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Friday – Shopping & Relax

Cooking Lesson PIZZA!

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Breakfast today is served at Casa Gregorio. Soon after breakfast, our chef Valerio will show you the secret art of Limoncello making. Is now time for you to discover how to make a perfect pizza dough. You will than enjoy making and topping your pizza, cooking it in our pizza oven and savoring it at lunch-

After lunch you have a couple of hours to relax or have a walk on the hills surrounding our medieval town.  In the afternoon we visit “Meringo’s” were you will enjoy the best gelato in Ciociaria!

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Saturday – Departure…we hope you enjoyed your Culinary Vacation in Italy!

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Casa Gregorio’s Classic Cooking Program

 

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The authentic Roman Countryside Culinary Experience not to be missed

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In Ciociaria You Eat and you Eat Well!

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 Casa Gregorio adheres to the programs listed but may make slight adjustments due to the season of attendance

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