Learn Spanish and cooking in Granada, Spain
Description of Learn Spanish and cooking in Granada, Spain
You cannot step onto the flag stone floor of an Andalucían kitchen without falling head over heels in love with the spirit and the smells of whatever is being chopped, mixed or cooked at the time.
Arabian, Moorish and, of course, Spanish, influence is in evidence throughout typically Andalucían cuisine and learning to cook with a professional, enables a little look into the past as you discover the ingredients and the heritage which make up an array of local dishes.
Obviously, Spanish languages are as deeply imbedded within Andalucían culture as the food and combining learning Spanish with cooking is certain to aid guests in their quest to become immersed in the culture of this sun-kissed region of southern Spain.
More information about learning Spanish:
Our courses run for 45mins, four times a day from Mon – Fri.
All levels of Spanish students are welcome, including those studying: A0, A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
More information about cooking in Granada:
Alongside our Spanish language classes we also offer four x 45 minute cooking classes per week.
These cookery classes are for a maximum of 2 students and for all levels of competence in the kitchen.
Stay in a hotel, self catering apartment or hostel in Granada.
Please get in touch if you’re wishing to know any more about the cookery, languages and accommodation options as well as the course durations and syllabus. Gracias!
Planet and peopleWe offer this package in collaboration with the local cooking school who is located in our neighborhood. Spanish cuisine owes a large part of its typical dishes to the Arabs.
Although many cultural achievements from that period were forgotten when the Christians reconquered Spain, the art of cooking and baking has remained. Our students learn how to prepare some of the most exquisite recipes coming from Al-Andalous times. Our teacher is a professional cook with many years experience in catering. He will demonstrate the preparation of special dishes, or a tapas selection. He also informs students where to buy local products, especially organic food and wines.
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We are a non-profit co-operative organization whose members each participate in the decision-making process of the school. Our permanent teaching team is responsible for the entire Spanish course programme. The school is managed and directed by three coordinators. All of our teachers are native speakers with
university degrees, and they are specialists in teaching Spanish as a foreign language. They also participate in teacher training courses in Spain on a regular base, in order to be able to employ the latest learning methods and materials. Theses courses are paid by the school. All cooperative members receive the same salary. Our aim is to create a lively and stimulating relationship between teachers, coordinators, staff and students. This atmosphere of
warmth and sharing ensures rapid progress in a short time.
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