Tuscan Cousine: The Lampredotto

Tuscan cousine: the lampredotto


For those who like cooking and discovering cultures through food

Once a poor plate, the lampredotto is nowadays still widespread among Florentines as street food. The Lampredotto is a typical tuscan plate made out one of a cow stomach: the abomasum. There are many recipes out there on how to cook the lampredotto, but the best one is always the classical.

In this activity you’ll learn all the needed steps to cook the lampredotto in the classical way, with all the secret dressings too.

learn to make the delicious lampredotto on your own!

All materials are included

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October 2021


  • 1 Person  –  115.00€ Book now for 35€

    (plus 80€ cash upon arrival)

  • Group of 2 people – 140.00€ Book now for 60€

    (plus 80€ cash upon arrival)


  • Group of 3 people –  165.00€ Book now for 85€

    (plus 80€ cash upon arrival)

  • Group of 4 people – 190.00€ Book now for 110€

    (plus 80€ cash upon arrival)

Instructor for this class
Barbara is the owner of the 6 years old grocery shop (in Florentine Vinaino) “Amorini” in Florence. Her dream has always been not only cooking but cooking good, traditional, food and that’s why she opened Amorini in the first place. In her shop she sells only tuscan products, from the food to the wine, all researched among the small local productions.

This particular activity will be held at “Amorini”, the Shop of Barbara, the teacher.

The shop

16R Via dei Servi, Florence.

If the availability does not suit you, you can still

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