Cook'n With Class Uzès
Come & explore our local French markets every Tuesday & Wednesday and partake in an important part of French culture. Learn how to select the freshest ingredients for wonderful and delicious Mediterranean French recipes. Join us!
We will start off at the market, selecting the freshest fish & seafood. No need to be afraid of fish. We’ll assist you in create the perfect fish stock, bouillabaisse and other Mediterranean fish recipes in a very hands-on French cooking class experience.
Come learn delicious & decadent desserts renowned in the South of France. Think fruits, nuts and olive oil. In this class we will delve into desserts such as the nougat glacé, the fougasse d’aigues mortes and use ingredients like safran & lavender.
With over 250 cheeses & 27,000 wineries in France, a short holiday wouldn’t be enough to explore them all. Our Sommelier guides you through a selection of local cheeses paired with local wines, teaching valuable technics in cheese & wine pairing.
Step inside the chef’s kitchen accompanied by an experienced sommelier and enjoy an evening of wine pairing to the beautiful composed tasting plates whipped up by our chef. This is a hands-off class. Just sit back and let us be your guides.
Week in Uzès: 5-days of intensive cooking, baking, tours & degustation. Hands-on French cooking experience. Explore markets, visit producers, & partake in a one-of-a-kind learning experience. All skill levels welcome. 7-nights lodging included.
We can design a Culinary vacation package for your group. Classes can include any of our regular courses or theme-based sessions & tours. Customized packages include all but transportation to Uzès and lodging. Contact us & tell us about your needs.
Looking for French cooking classes in Uzès? Enjoy French cooking classes in Uzès: Visiting Provence and the Languedoc-Roussillon (now called l’Occitanie)? Looking for a fun, family-friendly activity to do while visiting Uzès and Provence? Are you interested in mastering French cooking? While you may not leave here with a diploma in French culinary arts, you will leave with a deeper understanding and love of French cuisine.
Exploring the food culture of France is a great way to get to know the French and to develop a palette and appreciation for all the country has to offer. It is with this idea in mind – a Taste of France, a love of Cooking and a desire to share French culture with visitors that our French cooking school in Provence was born. Through our French cooking classes in Uzès you will explore French cuisine, specifically Mediterranean and Provencal with French market visits, local cheese & wine tastings & the occasional anecdotes.
Our French cooking classes start off with a local FRENCH MARKET TOUR with your French Chef. We return to the school for a HANDS-ON French cooking experience. We’ll dine together over a 4-course meal including French wine, French cheese & of course, French bread. Don’t worry, we won’t forget the Apéro before the meal to reward ourselves for a job well done.
You will be introduced to a number of French cooking recipes and will be mastering French cooking in no time. All our classes are taught in English.
Looking for a fun way to discover Provencal and Mediterranean French Cuisine through regional French cooking recipes while in the South of France? Look no further than our French cooking school, Cook’n with Class Uzès.
French cooking classes in Uzes, taught by a French chef in small group sizes – that is the key to a successful culinary holiday in the south of France.
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