Eating local foods is one of my favorite parts of travel. While in Italy, I ate so much pizza — and it really was amazing. I also enjoy taking part in new experiences, so I decided it would be fun to take a pizza cooking class while visiting Rome. Thanks to BonAppetour, I had the opportunity to do so! Keep reading to learn more about my experience learning to cook pizza in Rome with BonAppetour.
While it can be fun to eat food at a restaurant, its’ even more fun to learn how to make it yourself! When you take a look at the many classes offered through BonAppetour, you’ll notice they take place in a variety of locations. Some classes are held outdoors and offer more of a food tour style learning experience, while others are held in restaurants or even in the comfort of someone’s home. My class was located at the restaurant That’s Amore, located near the famous Trevi Fountain. They do both pizza and pasta classes at this location!
Before you take your class, you’ll have the opportunity to communicate with your host through the BonAppetour messaging portal. Here you can get a better feel for the meet-up location and you can also discuss any preferences that you may have or allergies. When talking with my host, I found the communication to be prompt and helpful.
As for the class itself, I had so much fun! Both my husband and I found the class to be educational and interesting. We had an awesome instructor who walked us through every step of the pizza-making process. It was really interesting to learn why each process was done a certain way. When we first walked into the class, we weren’t so confident in our abilities, but as we did each step — we realized pizza making is fun and not as difficult as you might imagine! I loved the fact that we were both able to decorate our pizzas with the toppings of our choice. Which pizza do you think looks best?