COOKING CLASSES IN KERALA
ENJOY COOKING WORKSHOPS, LIVE AN INDIAN ADVENTURE
We provide residential hands on cooking classes. You will be confident to cook for you or your friends and families after attending any of our program listed below. You can easily recreate what you have done here back home
YOU WILL ENJOY COOKING WORKSHOPS AND LIVING AN INDIAN ADVENTURE STAYING IN YOUR COMFORT ZONE AND WITHOUT PACKING AND UNPACKING YOUR LUGGAGE EVERY OTHER DAY
Much more than just a guest house, The Pimenta runs a range of cooking programmes on site. The comprehensive, 6 Night 7 Days Kerala Cooking Adventure aims to connect you with Kerala’s history and culinary culture through hands-on cooking and excursions to local markets and hill stations. The intensive four-night five day Kerala Cooking Residency is for those with a little less time on their hands who are eager to get to grips with the Keralan style of cooking. Finally, the two-day Curry Magic is a chance for short-term guests to get a feel for the spices and methods intrinsic to Indian curries. We will be running various programs and details can be found out in this page
Included in the price for each course:
- All meals
- Cooking sessions
- Any scheduled trips, incidental . travel expenses and entry fees
- Bottled drinking water
Excluded from the price for each course:
- Taxi fares to and from The Pimenta. Your host can arrange additional transport on request.
- Any tips or taxes to be levied.
NB Accommodation is offered in our garden bungalows throughout the year. In keeping with the eco-friendly values of The Pimenta, the bungalows and communal spaces are fitted with ceiling fans. For those who would prefer AC, alternative accommodation can be arranged during the summer months (March 1st – May 31st).
Courses are suitable for those unfamiliar with Indian cooking and will involve demonstrations as well as hands-on participation. We are limited to a maximum number of eight participants and there is no minimum. With this in mind, guests travelling by themselves ought to be aware of and comfortable with the possibility of being in a one-on-one situation.