Authentic Asado and Cooking Experience with a Local in her Beautiful Home
Why take this tour?
Your hands-on cooking class with your local host Constanza will last for about two hours. First, you will join her to slow cook a variety of meat and vegetables on the barbecue using a special type of wood called Quebracho, and learn about the different sauces, cuts of meat and methods of cooking them. After that, you will join Constanza in her large kitchen to learn to make traditional Argentinean empanadas or picadas. She will also teach you to prepare a typical sweet dessert like traditional crepes filled with caramel or mini rogel cake, which will be served with a selection of coffee or tea. Constanza can cook all kinds of cuisines, ranging from Japanese to Moroccan to Asian and even runs her own catering business. In spite of her repertoire of culinary skills, she enjoys cooking a traditional Argentinean home-cooked meal the most and is excited to introduce you to her delicious local cuisine!
Private cooking class with your host Constanza
Local alcohol (1-2 glasses)
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Round-trip transfers will only be provided if the option with transfers is selected at booking
Please include your Buenos Aires hotel info if you choose the transfers tour grade option
Frequently asked questions
Things to know
Before you book
Mobile tickets accepted
- Regular temperature checks for staff
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
If you cancel at least 3 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
Traveling Spoon provides travelers with private, authentic food experiences, from homemade meals to cooking classes and market tours, with local hosts in their homes.
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