Cooking courses at the wellness hotel
Learn to cook like the pros
When every bite is a pleasure and you want to try the next exciting dish straight away, you can probably call yourself an epicure. Heavenly starters, fresh main courses or sweet desserts - participants in cooking courses can look forward to it all.
What can I learn at a cooking class?
Sometimes our curiosity is greater than our patience. So it's all the nicer when we learn a secret or two. At a cooking course, you get to watch the professional at work. What spices, tips and tricks does he use and why does the food in wellness hotels taste so good?
Everyone knows the difference between a dish that is heavy on the stomach and one that is pleasantly filling. Cooking delicious food is already an art, but it is much more difficult to cook in a healthy way. We want to feel good and that includes good nutrition. At culinary workshops you can learn to cook like a chef.
Where can I take part in a cooking course?
Especially on holiday we enjoy good food. The plates are beautifully arranged, the aroma fills us as soon as the waiter arrives and we have time to enjoy. The chefs cooking according to the “wellness vitality kitchen” pay attention to a very balanced diet and are therefore specialists in the art of healthy cooking. So where would be a better place for a cooking workshop than in the wellness hotel?
Cooking with stars
How did he do it? Just one bite and you are floating on the seventh cloud of pleasure. The restaurant "Hofstube" in the Romantik- und Wellnesshotel Deimann in Schmallenberg was already awarded a Michelin star for the first time in November 2017. It was confirmed in 2019. And to the delight of all gourmets, friends and co. can book an individual cooking course. Cook and experience together is the motto.
Even holidaymakers in Bavaria don't have to do without cooking classes at the wellness hotel. The Parkhotel am Soier See in Bayersoien, for example, offers cooking courses on various topics.
Nutrition in balance
Good food and relaxing massages. Under the motto "Food is fun and can heal", Ayurvedic chef Gabriel-Pinero leads the courses at the Hubertus Alpin Lodge and Spa in Balderschwang. Through individual coaching sessions, the wishes and needs can be tailored specifically to each participant. The only prerequisite: a lot of imagination and creativity.
Dishes with history
Do you have a favourite dish? And do you know why? Maybe it was the meal at grandma's even a few decades. At Strandhotel Ostseeblick, chef Arjan Mensies cooks a 4-course menu together with his guests. As an experienced chef, he has a few anecdotes to share with participants.
Pasta is always good
Cutting vegetables, smelling fresh herbs and letting a spoonful of sauce melt in your mouth while tasting: Cooking is an experience for all the senses. Preparing creative menus together with a chef who reveals one or two tricks ensures enthusiasm among the participants of the cooking course "Noodle Variations" at Göbel's Schlosshotel "Prinz von Hessen".
Cooking is a passion. Friends come over for dinner in the evening, we picnic by the river with homemade dips and at the weekend the smell of fresh bread rolls fills our own four walls. At cooking classes in the wellness hotel we can learn new dishes, make new friends and listen to the stories of the professionals.
Our Nutrition-Tips for youThe Onion and it's healing power
Everyone is familiar with it: The days are getting colder and before you know it, the nasty cough is already there. Onion cough syrup is particularly helpful here. Peel an onion, cut it into small pieces, put it in a cup and pour 2 tablespoons of honey over it. Allow it to stand overnight, then drain the liquid and the cough syrup is ready. Take several times a day.
Carrots are not only extremely good for the eyes, but also contribute to your general well-being. Simply indulge in carrots in the form of soup and your bowels will be happy again in no time at all.
Chips without a guilty conscience? - You can do that with vegetable chips. Take your favorite vegetable, cut it into thin slices and put everything in the oven at 140 degrees for 40 - 50 minutes. The snack is ready.