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Creole-Italian Cooking Studio with Southern Food & Beverage Museum

 New Orleans, LA
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Includes FREE museum tour!

Take a unique cooking class of the Creole-Italian variety and get a tour of the museum with this special, 2-for-1 offer with Southern Food & Beverage Museum. Fun fact: at one time there were more Sicilians in New Orleans than in any place other than Palermo. The cooking studio experience is an amazing chance to see how this group helped shape the food and tastes of New Orleans. This interactive demonstration with professional chefs will teach guests everything to know when impressing friends with some serious Creole-Italian skills!

Activity Highlights
  • Learn about Creole-Italian Cooking and Louisiana while guests eat lunch in the museum
  • In-depth cooking demonstration showing guests how to make several signature dishes
  • Chefs prepare everything from scratch and walk guests through each step of the process
  • Guided private tour of the Southern Food & Beverage Museum during class

Duration: 2 Hrs.

Menu

Cooking class features

  • Creole-Italian stuffed tomato creole
  • Red gravy with sweet Italian sausage and pasta
  • Made to order snoballs
  • Garlic bread
What's Included
  • Lunch and a tour of the museum
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Cooking appropriate attire
Restrictions
  • No service dogs allowed.
  • Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Additional information
  • Walking is involved during museum tour.
  • Please advise of any food allergies at the time of booking.
  • The tour is held rain or shine.
  • Gratuities not included.
  • Tour has a maximum of 20 guests.
  • Kids 11 and under are free.
  • Wheelchair and handicap accessible.
  • Street parking.
Location

1504 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70113, USA

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Creole-Italian Cooking Studio with Southern Food & Beverage Museum

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about 3 months ago
Great cooking class offerings. I made one of their fabulous grilled cheese sandwiches in a recent virtual course. It was fantastic and my family loved the...
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Lisa T.
about 8 months ago
I have been meaning to visit for years & I finally got around to it. My first impression upon walking inside was how amazing it smelled & I know I want to...
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Rowan P.
about 8 months ago
I love food culture, so this was right up my alley. For me, it was 100 percent an ephemera museum. There were no tours, no interaction, just a bunch of...
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Jeff O.