The Sauerlanders eat hearty and plentiful food, or so they say. Ham on the bone and homemade sausage for snacks, a juicy Krüstchen at lunchtime, plus a refreshing beer. That may be true for some people. But the region has much more to offer in terms of cuisine: Seasonal and regional products, the gifts of the local forests and fields, are imaginatively and sometimes quite exotically processed by our cooks into fresh creations. The cooking here is colorful and passionate.
And you can learn something from these masters of their trade. In the Sauerland cooking schools, they let you look over their shoulders and guide you to imitate them. Some cooking classes are attached to hotels that are known for their fine cuisine. Other cooking schools have their own "home", excellently equipped team kitchens where even large groups can conjure up entire menus.
So the choice is wide, there is something to learn everywhere. Of course, you will also take home some tasty insider tips. Cooking the Sauerland way will surprise you.