All classes are hands on, everyone will have the chance to participate in preparation of the 4 recipes in the class. Taste of Italy classes on Saturdays include an entree, hand made fresh pasta (made from flour and local free range eggs), gnocchi or risotto and dessert. Check the class calendar to find out which region we are focussing on and the menu for that day. You will have plenty of time to ask questions throughout the class.
Classes are limited to 10 guests. Private classes are available for groups of 6 or more for daytime classes and 8 or more for evening classes on request.
At Casa Carboni we provide everything you will need for the cooking class including aprons. Please wear comfortable clothing and closed in shoes. You will receive a recipe booklet with the step by step instructions from your class but you are more than welcome to take your own notes. If you plan to buy fresh produce / meat from the Farmers Market perhaps bring a cooler bag if you have to drive back to Adelaide in the warmer months.
The Barossa Farmers Market (BFM) is on every Saturday morning from 7.30am to 11.30am on the corner of Nuriootpa & Stockwell Roads. Matteo offers to meet cooking school guests at the information booth inside the market at 8am where he will talk about the history of the market, who we source our produce from then you will have time to visit the market before heading over to Casa Carboni for a 9am start. Allow 5 minutes to drive from the market to Casa Carboni.
The best way to arrive at Casa Carboni is self drive, alternatively airport transfers are easy to arrange to get to the Barossa Valley and a taxi can be arranged from your accommodation to the cooking school. Street parking is free in Angaston and there are no time limits. For more information on how to drive to the Barossa visit our Location page.
The 2020 calendar of classes are $190 per person.
All our classes are held at Casa Carboni 67 Murray Street Angaston, South Australia. Angaston is 1 hr 15 mins drive from Adelaide CBD & Adelaide airport, 10 mins from Tanunda and Nuriootpa.