Caterina – CEO
Hi, my name is Caterina and I have created a cooking school offering classes for foreign visitors traveling to Rome to have an opportunity to fully enjoy Italian cuisine and food culture while learning about many of its styles and secrets! I love eating, as much as I love cooking, teaching and sharing my food knowledge.
My family’s legacy in the restaurant business reaches as far back as my grandparents who lovingly passed on to me that same dedication to this craft. I have myself been in this field for over ten years now working side by side with my mom and dad and I am proud I was given the chance to directly learn from them.
This is why my company’s primary goal with the cooking classes today is to inspire this love and passion in those who would like to master the classic mainstays and traditional recipes of Italian cuisine.
Sole – Food blogger
Hi!! My name is Sole and i’m 30 years old! I am a lawyer
I love my job but mostly I like to cook.
I have a blog and tasty traditional recipes that my grandmother passed on to me with such passion.
I love food and cooking recipes.
I like to experiment with new ingredients without forgetting Traditions . I love pizza and pasta, my specialty is amatriciana!
Gaia – Interpreter
My name is Gaia, I was born and raised in Rome. I’ve always loved my city, full of secrets, arts, traditions and… food!
Eat and walk italy represent the missing link between tourists and Roman Cousine Culture and for that i’m proud to be part of this organizations!
We let people to become more Romans, even it is for a couples of hours, i’m sure that they will keep this unique experience always with them.
Raffaella – Interpreter
Hi, my name is Raffaella and i am so proud to be part of the cooking school created by Caterina.
I am working at this school as an interpreter and I really like it.
I love this job because I like to discover new cultures and meeting new people, of course, I also really like eating and cooking 🙂
I think that the school gives an important opportunity to enjoy italian cousine and food culture, through recipes and ingredients all Made in Italy.
I really hope to enjoy the cooking class!
Flaminia – Interpreter
Hi, i’m Flaminia! I’m 22 And i study science of tourism at La Sapienza university in Rome. I’m Italian. I speak English, spanish,french And a bit of portuguese.
I like meet new people from other countries and get foreign friends. It’s important for me learn about different cultures.
I love cooking very much, i can prepare several meals with the traditional italian method. I’m a good fork too! The main reason this job is perfect for me!
Alessia – Interpreter
Hi, my name is Alessia Verdesi and I interpret Walk and Eat Italy’s Cooking classes. I was born in the States, grew up in Switzerland and I am now living in Italy, Rome. Changing countries gave me an amazing opportunity to learn different languages (English, German,Italian), different food cultures and growing up in an Italian restaurant helped expand my love and passion for food.
This job helps me bring the two things I am most passionate about in life together. It is an incredible way to teach people how to make tasty and traditional Italian food, and by doing so, it is also a way to create long lasting memories.
I hope to see you soon at one of our cooking classes and I hope to create an experience that you can take home to your friends and family!