Kerala Cooking Residency

Kerala Cooking Residency

(Starts on Sundays and Thursdays )

Residential Hands-on Cooking (4 Nights 5 Days )
Courses start on Sundays and Thursdays
Each cooking session will last 2 to 3 hours and 6 to 8 recipes and all hands on

Day one

• Check-in followed by light lunch
• Introduction to the history of Kerala cuisine and a look at the utensils, ingredients, and techniques we will be using
• Presentation on spices; the how and the why of cooking and Introductory Cooking session
• Dinner

Day two
• Breakfast
• Cooking session
• Lunch
• Tour of the local markets and significant places of worship
• Boat trip along the Muvattupuzha River
• Dinner

Day three

• Breakfast
• Cooking sessions
• Lunch
• Further exploration of local food industry
• Visit lorry-decorating workshop where the famous Kerala trucks are done • Dinner

Day four

• Breakfast
• Cooking session
• Lunch
• Visit to tea plantation and tour of local spices
• Dinner

Day five
• Breakfast and farewell

One cooking participant (occupying double room) Rs.49900/-
One cooking participant + one guest (sharing a double room) ₨58000/-
Two cooking participants (sharing a double room) ₨71500/-
Prices valid up to 31st May 2022

Included in the price

• Accommodation
• All meals
• Cooking sessions of 6 recipes minimum 6 recipes and lasting around 2 hours
• Bottled drinking water
• Any trips mentioned in the itinerary

Excluded from the price:

• Taxi fares to and from The Pimenta. Your host can arrange additional transport on request.
• Any tips or new taxes to be levied.

Please Note :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. Our Bungalows are in the shade created by the trees

Courses are suitable for everyone who is interested in Indian cooking. Their level of knowledge or expertise can be any 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. Guests travelling by themselves ought to be aware of and comfortable with the possibility of being in a one-on-one situation.