Thanks to the local hunters and fishermen, Maria Farm is able to offer braised game meat or smoked fish aside the bread baked in the farm and homemade beer. Duration of the programme with dinner and live music is 3 hours.
Maria Farm breadmaker introduces briefly how to make bread and all the stages from putting the starter to rise to baking the bread in oven are carried out together with the participants. Maria Farm’s bread recipe and the starter are provided for individual baking!
+372 523 6066
The organizer of Finno-Ugric Cuisine Society Ljudmila Ruukel organises workshops in Kihlepa village house on how to make Livonian pies, Udmurt dumplings, Karelian pies and the dishes of many other kindred people.
+372 502 9793
In the cucumber-themed workshop the masters kindly share their recipes, skills, experiences and knowledge carried on from one generation to another.
In the fish-themed workshop knowledge and practical skills are shared from how to descale a fish to the tasting.
Paadrema Village Society breadmaker introduces briefly how to make bread and all the stages from putting the starter to rise to baking the bread in oven are carried out together with the participants. Paadrema homemade bread recipe and the starter are provided for individual baking!
+372 526 0894
Homemade Russian national cuisine dishes can be tasted at Vene Farm with everything mainly made from self-grown basic products. The visit includes drinking tea from an authentic samovar with the traditional sides. Dumplings making workshop can be taken with hostess Ljuba upon pre-order.
+ 372 517 0517 | + 372 5595 8038
Learn how to prepare and cook lamb dishes followed by tasting the dishes.
+372 5623 2270
FB: Põnka puhketalu/Põnka guesthouse
Handcrafted lemonade or smoothie making workshop using herbs from an organic garden or forest produce and with hidden kitchen charms from the „weeds“ section under observation.
+372 5645 7745
Cooking together with the Klaara-Manni Holiday and Seminar Centre hostesses. Pick from the garden and prepare the food yourself.
+372 5645 7745
The objective is to introduce the Estonian peasant food traditions, the effect of seasons on the farm’s table also the farming and food principles of the founder of Kurgja farm – C. R. Jakobson and food’s journey from the barn and garden to our table.
+372 5860 0025
Partake in Kihnu life and culture – local fruits and vegetables, berries, forest produce and most of all the fish caught by Kihnu fishermen find use in the preparation of food as much as possible.
+372 5341 2358
In the wonderful world of tastes and smells, the lady of the house tells totally different kinds of stories about her favourites and shares knowledge on the use and growing of plants. Herbal tea with an exquisite and exotic taste and herb pie baked by the lady of the house are offered besides the tour.
+372 5625 3075
The winery produces handcrafted wines from Estonian fruits and berries. The production takes place in a historic mansion. You are invited to taste unique drinks on the large balcony and get acquainted with the process of making wine, the history of the mansion and the berry plantation.
+372 525 2800
Soomaa local tour guide takes you to their familiar marshes and forests to taste and pick different mushrooms and wild berries. And also to recognise those unsuitable for eating. At the end of the day the gathered produce is formed into tasty dishes.
+372 506 1896