Join us on a Saturday morning for a relaxed walk to an organic market. We buy some seasonal veggies which we will then cook up in Nora’s beautiful apartment with a view of Alfama and the botanical garden. We will share with you our special tricks and tips for making an interesting vegetable dish (we take our veggies seriously: grilling, frying, deep-frying, steaming, it’s all in our dictionary) which we will then eat together, all of it accompanied of course by a nice glass of wine (or two, we’re not stingy). If you want to give your weekend a great start, just get in touch and we’ll do the rest. If Saturday noon is not an option for you, there are loads of other dishes and techniques we can offer. Whether you want to learn how to make a fabulous baba ganoush (aubergine puree) with a slight smokey touch or how to cure your own bacon, make your own pasta or a creamy risotto or polenta, we can handle that. Aside from having the food blog Lisbom where we criticize the culinary scene in Lisbon, we are both passionate, self-taught cooks. Nout can show you how to make the most crispy, fluffy french fries that will make the room start to shake. He also likes to cook meat at home for large groups of friends and tends to prefer free-range meat and can make a curry that will turn your head into a steamboat. Nora on the other hand has specialized in the colorful, relatively obscure Korean cuisine and can show you how to make an exotic soft tofu stew or incredibly savory pancakes with spring onion. When she puts her German roots to good use, she can show you how to make melt-in your mouth cookies, buttery cakes or other desserts her grandma undoubtedly would have been proud to serve. We’re both language teachers so we love explaining things and we’d love to share our idea(l)s, techniques and little twists and tricks with you. Either way, after every demonstration and explanation, we guarantee you that we will eat the dish together in a cozy, relaxed environment with some wine.