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Each month, we’ll bring you our shiniest, newest, and best special offers on our favourite cooking and wine holidays. Find February’s roundup of special offers below: Gourmet cooking in the Loire Valley, France – €100 off The deal: €100 off all 2017 dates Deal ends: February 28 Spend 5 nights in the heart […]
Our cooking and language course in Greece featured in The Times as one of the ’50 best holidays in Greece’! We’ve gotten The Times’ stamp of approval, and we’d love to share this holiday with you too.
Cookery holidays are on the rise! Here at GoLearnTo.com, we offer a mouth-watering range of cooking holidays worldwide and this trend is snowballing… GoLearnTo.com’s cookery holidays have been mentioned on Al Jazeera’s website – read what the Al Jazeera had to say about us here: Culinary holidays taste success […]
Countdown to Christmas: 9 weeks So you’ve realised that holidays are perfect Christmas presents. He loves holidays. She loves adventures. It(?) loves learning and staying active on holiday. They’re all going to love this present. But there’s this tiny problem: you don’t know when he will be available to go […]
Christmas is in the air. Lifestyle magazine Staffordshire Living featured our cookery holiday in Toulouse in its Christmas issue, fresh from the press today. Need some Christmas gift ideas? Read on! The gift that keeps on giving We’ve now come leaps and bounds beyond the original Red Letter Days with […]
Countdown to Christmas: 10 weeks Christmas? Really? But it’s only October. Take a look around. Shop windows are already starting to look distinctively Christmassy. They’re selling mince pies in the supermarkets. It’s time. Send Santa a postcard from one of our newest Christmas learning holidays: Yoga and Christmas cooking holiday […]
Just last year, foie gras was like a mystery food from France to me. A sophisticated-sounding mystery, making it all the more intriguing. I knew it’s French, and it’s some sort of food made from the insides of some animal. And it’s served at the tables of expensive restaurants. That […]
(Pronouncing “holiday” the French way sounds something like “oliday”. So that gives you the Great Bordeaux Bake Oliday – GBBO! Completely legit.) Did you watch The Great British Bake Off last night? It made us so hungry. When Kimberley said that her sister, her resident food taster, “literally walks right […]
Biagio is a big man, our very own BFG. This friendly giant was born and bred in Puglia, world famous for organic ingredients and rustic recipes. At 17 he moved to (and fell in love with) Sorrento, where he has remained throughout the birth of his children and grandchildren. His […]
The Mediterranean undoubtedly serves up some of the best seafood around. Seafood, which plays a central role in the region’s cooking heritage, has found its way into Catalan stews, Greek soups, Italian pastas and French… pots (really. Just juicy mussels in a large bottomless pot. Deceptively simple, absolutely delicious.) Seafood […]
The term le gratin (pronounced gra-TAN, with the French deep-in-your-throat ‘r’) is a French expression that refers to the social elite. To help myself remember, I always think of le gratin as the “upper crust” of society, evocative of the French dish that was no doubt the inspiration behind this […]
A wise man once said, “You better cut the pizza in four pieces because I’m not hungry enough to eat six.” October is pizza month, perfect time to indulge in these wonderful treats. As 1st October also happens to be vegetarian day, here’s a special vegetarian pizza recipe from our […]
I love potatoes, in any form. Baked, fried, sautéed, boiled, mashed, whipped, processed into thin, crispy slices with zero (negative, possibly) nutritional value… Here’s a crocchette di patate recipe from our chefs in Italy. Top of my ‘recipes to try (once I decide to start exploring the culinary arts)’ list. […]
We’re hot in the press this week, with some juicy deals on our cooking holidays featured in the Observer: Luxury Italian cooking holiday 6 nights from £2,045pp- Special offer – 35% off 2013 departures This intimate course, led by experienced cooks and locals, will combine guided practical lessons with culinary […]