Some of the world's finest dishes come from the various regions of Spain. Rich in tradition and history (Arab, Jewish, Roman, Aztec, and many other cultures have all contributed methods and ingredients), it has an identity of its own. It is sensual yet simple, delicate but unpretentious, folklorist and innovative.
Our professional team at Cook&Taste would like to share their passion for Mediterranean cuisine and the pleasures of the table with those who come to visit us, inviting them to join any of our Spanish cooking classes held in Barcelona.
We offer a wide range of programs to meet everybody's needs and tastes, individuals and groups, travellers and companies. We organise half-day cooking classes, three-day seminars, 'haute cuisine' workshops, team-building and corporate cooking activities for company groups, cooking events for incentives groups, and other customized services "à la carte" to cater to your specific requests. In all such cases, our program will be based on the same priority, which is to offer a top quality product and an excellent service for our clients.
After seven years of experience, the warm feedback we've got from our clients encourages us to improve our services every day!
At Cook and Taste in Barcelona, Ignacio Caminero instructs Kristina Kazarenko on how to flip a potato omelet. Credit: Lourdes Segade for The New York Time.
Our workshops are a unique opportunity to discover the essence and secrets of our traditional homemade specialities;
An exclussive occasion to learn about our local gastronomy, its ingredients and origins, and to cook them.
Learn about cooking in an authentic Spanish kitchen located in the very heart of Barcelona.
For further information, please feel free to contact us. We’ll be pleased to provide you with more details.
"Whet your appetite with a tour of La Boqueria, Barcelona’s famous food market, and then prepare and enjoy a modern Spanish meal in this hands-on class on Spanish cooking at the Cook and Taste school."
"I've always thought one of the best ways to get to know a culture is through its food, so the Cook & Taste cooking school was one of the first stops"
"I can honestly say it was the best paella I had ever eaten"
"A very light social atmosphere fell over the group of 14 students as the afternoon progressed and we all flitted around the kitchen listening, watching, chopping, talking, and drinking. This was by far one of the most enjoyable 'tours' I had ever been on."
"The Cook and Taste workshop was my favorite thing I did while in Spain. Granted, I love to cook and learn about a country's food culture, so the subject was of great interest to me…more so than going to a museum."