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Toledo: exclusive culinary experience at a private palace

Toledo exclusive culinary experience

Towering over the plains of Castilla-La Mancha – the inspiration for timeless Spanish work Don Quixote – stands imperial Toledo with its Moorish, Jewish and Christian influences imparting an air of luxury into every occurrence within its fortified walls.  Spain’s most flourishing city in the 14th and 15th centuries and its capital until 1563, this City of Three Cultures was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. One could say Toledo is currently undergoing a second, more refined, Renaissance: one of culture and of taste. Our Toledo exclusive culinary experience is an opportunity to discover Toledo’s gastronomy that reflects its mix of cultures where a good number of dishes combine Moorish and Christian influences: fragrant cochifrito (fried pork), perdiz roja estofoda (partridge stew), venado con setas (venison with foraged mushrooms), Castilla-La Mancha’s aromatic saffron and garlic cloves from Las Pedroñeras – renowned throughout the world – all act as rich fragments of the city’s history, their inviting scents emanating from the kitchen and through the salons, with preparations laborious, almost ritual-like. 

Partake in an extremely private and exclusive cooking class in the Dean’s Palace with a master chef renowned for her mastery of ancient, local recipes and the finest local produce. The Palace is perched mere meters from the ex-capital’s prominent Cathedral: an inviting and historic manor with Mudéjar and Romanic origins named after old resident Prior Aruche, Dean to the Cathedral, in 1492. Partake in an extremely private and exclusive cooking class with a master chef renowned for her mastery of ancient, local recipes and the finest local produce.