In Rome, pizza making is one of the most popular kitchen experiences with both children and adults. We have a variety of different trips around Rome for children and parents such as our myths and heroes tour, pizza making and treasure hunts in Villa Borghese.
This is a super fun activity for kids and adults alike, a great opportunity to get together with family and friends. We will guide you through the process of making your own pizza in a simple but delicious way, with lots of fun and laughter!
Our team of expert chefs will be able to advise you through the whole cooking experience. We can show you the best ways to prepare the dough, the perfect ingredients and how to make sure that it stays nice and crispy for a long time!
We also recommend bringing your own wood for baking your pizza, as it is much easier to work with than a gas flame. We have a number of different types of firewood for you to choose from, all are easy to store and very durable!
The art of pizza backen has a very long tradition. It is a specialised craft, which dates back to ancient times.
It is an important part of the Italian national identitat, and is a unique national dish, which is renowned for its simplicity in preparation and deliciousness.
A pizza can have a wide range of ingredients and is often prepared with different toppings, but the basic structure remains the same.
Traditionally, the base of the pizza is made with a mixture of mozzarella and parmesan cheese, olive oil and herbs. In modern times, many other ingredients are used to make a tasty and healthy version of this classic dish.
The most famous version is the Roman-style, which has a thin, crisp and chewy base, with the top crust forming an oblong shape. This type of pizza can be eaten either as a flat or as a slice. It is usually served with a selection of other accompaniments such as pesto, tomatoes and olives. Pizzabacken