Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon, May 2019

Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Cooking & Photography Workshop Lisbon | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Lisbon in spring, with markets full of fresh produce, will be a base for our weekend cooking and photography workshop.

On Saturday, we will visit organic market which is walking distance from our location.

Emiko will teach you how to make agnolotti del plin, cute little filled pasta shapes from Piedmon and Nonno Mario’s cake.

We will make photography story of all the process and at the end gather around table for an amazing meal.

On Sunday morning we will prepare our picnic food and you will learn few more typical Italian recipes from Emiko. After, we will walk to nearby park for  style and photography class.  Afternoon will be spent at the park, eating and enjoying time with each other.

It will be a weekend of cooking, photographing, spending time around the table and exchanging our stories and experiences.

Details:

Where: A Sociedade, Lisbon, Portugal
When: 11th and 12th of May 2019
Host: Sanda Vuckovic
Cost: 595€

What is included:

* food photography and styling lectures, cooking classes, hands on, post processing
* all of your meals, snacks and beverages during the workshop hours

Activities:

* visiting local food market
* making fresh pasta
* styling a picnic

Excluded: Airfare, transportation to + from airport, personal shopping or meals/drinks outside of the workshop activities, travel insurance (highly recommended), accommodation

Cancellation policy: Due to planning logistics, there will be no refunds for this workshop.

Collaborator: Emiko Davies is a Florence-based Australian food writer, photographer and cook. Tuscan capital has been her home for 11 years. Passionate about traditional italian cuisine she is the author of two cookbooks (Florentine: The True Cuisine of Florence and Acquacotta). She also writes a regular column for Food52 and has written extensively for The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Jamie Oliver Magazine and more.

Accommodation: Accommodation can be provided at Casa C’Alma as an extra charge. Please inform me if needed,  we have special agreement during the workshop with this lovely place

Reservations: For reservation please contact us at [email protected]

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