While luxury hotels have long touted cooking classes taught by expert chefs that help guests learn new techniques and incorporate local ingredients, several properties are upping the ante with native cooking classes that immerse guests in the cultural roots of a locale’s cuisine with historic recipes and indigenous cooking techniques.
Miraval Resort & Spa's executive chef and its renowned team of wellbeing specialists will be hosting “Flavor of Health”, two week long events featuring culinary programming designed to teach guests how to properly nourish their bodies and eat more mindfully.
Nestling in 50 acres of olive groves, pine clad hills and gardens, Villa Michaela is a Magnificent 18th century villa in the Lucca foothill village of Vorno with 12 large double bedrooms for rent for two nights or longer.
Amidst dramatic rainforest-laced landscapes and coconut plantations, Laucala Island, Fijian private island resort, offers tailored sustainable cooking classes hosted with ingredients entirely farmed, fished or foraged from the island.
Travelers can experience the diverse culinary landscape through cooking classes in iconic regions of South Australia, with fresh farm-to-table dishes ranging from Italian to Asian to modern Australian, and everything in between.
Delicious local food is one of Bali's most famous attractions and now visitors can take home the authentic flavors of Indonesian cuisine, thanks to the new Jimbaran Bay Cooking Academy, opening today at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay.
An icon in regional dining, Lake House in Daylesford has long been considered one of Australia's best restaurants, championing local seasonal cuisine years before 'farm-to-table' fare became a colloquial philosophy.