I bet you’ve probably read through quite a few blogs in search of some suggestions of what you should get up to on your planned trip to the Czech Republic’s city of Prague, but you find yourself over at this particular blog because the information offered promises to be a little different. Yes, you can get a truly authentic experience of the culinary delights of Prague without having to go through all the clichés like hitting up street food corners or setting aside some money for some dining at some of the fine dining restaurants on offer
Admittedly this is perhaps aimed more at the ladies, but it would definitely make for a very refreshing approach to enjoying the culinary delights of a place via a culinary course package. The most famous of these which we’re making reference to by mere mention offers a whole lot more than just learning to cook. It’s an entire experience of all the finer things in life we like to indulge in, all bundled up into one day/night of serious fun.
So it’s like this – instead of resigning yourself to what the people selling you what they’ll easily claim to be the “authentic Czech cuisine” on offer, with a culinary course you know for sure that it’s the real deal. A restaurant which offers a traditional Czech dish such as roasted pork (Vepřo knedlo zelo) can get away with a lot of little tricks that chip away at the authenticity of the dish, while you’d get a much more authentic experience, almost guaranteed, through something like a cooking class which covers that dish as one of the many traditional dishes on offer.
This is what it means to enjoy an authentic culinary experience. You come away having gained more than just a taste of the dish, learning how to prepare the dish the way they do it in that specific place. The roasted pork dish example I used is traditionally served with dumplings along with a pickled cabbage side, but if you can lay claim to having had the traditional Czech dish experience of this you would have to know of the various different ways of preparing it, especially if you find yourself in a situation where you’d have to improvise as far as sourcing the ingredients.
Perhaps the defining factor of the authenticity which goes into enjoying a culinary course, Prague-style, is the fact that the culinary course we have in mind provides entertainment as it forms around the enjoyment of food as the focal point. That is representative of how life is in Prague and perhaps of how life should be in all parts of the world.
So while you may not necessarily learn how to prepare the traditional Czech dish of roast pork on this particular culinary course, the 60-minute cooking lesson will have you coming away having learned something new as far as your ability to enjoy the culinary delights of Prague whenever you want to. A nice list of surprises awaits the ladies who jump on board the VIP shuttle bus headed to the restaurant, and of course we’re making specific reference to the Goldfingerz adult entertainment brand as the service provider offering this experience.