Making Sicilian bread with Nonna Nina
Making Sicilian bread with Nonna Nina Making Sicilian bread with Nonna Nina

Making Sicilian bread with Nonna Nina

Maletto, ItalyCall For Price Full Day

In many small towns in Southern Italy, it is customary to make bread once or twice a week. Nonna (Grandma) Nina does exactly that: she makes Sicilian bread in a stone, wood-burning oven. Because firing the oven and letting the stone reach the adequate temperature takes time, one never makes just bread. Sometimes neighbors will join to make cookies or other delicious treats that are ideal for baking in a stone oven. During the process, you will enjoy snacks and lunch with typical local products at the house of Nonna Nina in the countryside near Maletto, where no matter what your destination is you can enjoy breathtaking views of Mt. Etna. It’s an ideal way to take a break from the usual tourist routine and be surrounded by the culture of the place, and perhaps even pick up a few Sicilian dialect words — the locals love it when you try, and they have lots of patience to teach you! 

  • A full day with local Sicilian residents to learn about them, their culture, and life in Sicily, all with a perfect view of Mt. Etna
  • A lesson on how you make Sicilian bread in a stone, wood-burning oven
  • A delicious Sicilian, home-cooked meal with wine, including the bread you helped make
  • Transportation can be provided by Local

 

Duration: 8 hours
Availability: Year round
Difficulty level: Easy
Meals: Lunch, bread, snacks, and wine included, additional food and refreshments on your own
Transportation: Transportation provided by Local
Requirements: Please let us know of any food allergies or intolerances. For alcohol consumption guests must be 21 or over
Max # of people allowed: 8

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