Group Lunch Lesson: A Taste of Sicily

with Fabrizia
A lunch lesson at Tenuta Regaleali is the perfect way to get your fill of traditional Sicilian cuisine. Discover the family recipes from perfect panelle to decadent timballo. Get a taste of the place that will leave you wanting more. In the kitchen you’ll sharpen your cooking skills, while at the table you’ll experience a traditional Sicilian family-style meal. Most ingredients come from the surrounding estate (from cold-pressed olive oil to durum wheat bread) and are accompanied by wines of the Tasca d’Almerita winery produced in the same property and other areas of Sicily.
Recommended for

It is the ideal experience for those who want to learn the most authentic Sicilian cuisine, hosted in a magnificent wine estate. Anna Tasca Lanza's cooking classes are suitable for both beginners and experts. Any specific requests on cooking lessons can be made at the time of booking.

What is included

— Hands-on cooking lesson
— A four-course lunch
— Tasca d’Almerita wine

What is excluded

— Transportation

Extra upon request

— Direct transfer from / to Palermo, Catania or another destination
— Accommodations
Fabrizia Lanza, daughter of the founder Anna, runs the center ANNA TASCA LANZA. Her love for traditional culinary heritage, biodiversity, and rural know-how has led her to expand from cooking school to field-to-fork research center on food systems. Fabrizia, like her mother, feels called to harness the power of food culture in the rural heart of Sicily.
May, June, September, October. On Monday and Friday


italian, english




group of 4 to 10 people


10:15 am — Arrival at Anna Tasca Lanza Cooking School
10:30 am — Lunch lesson in the kitchen
12:30 pm — Aperitivo in the courtyard
1:00 pm — Family style lunch with the menu prepared during the lesson
2:30 pm — Goodbyes and departure
Experiences food & wine
L’orto delle meraviglie: alla scoperta di frutti speciali
Extra Virgin Olive Oil: guided tasting of Sicilian cultivars
Wheat in Sicily: a field to fork experience at Dara Guccione Biofarm
Edible wild plants in the Madonie: foraging and cooking workshop
Group Lunch Lesson: A Taste of Sicily