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Linda Meyers


Linda Meyers

Join us for a hands on all inclusive culinary tour with daily cooking lessons from local Tuscan women, first class accommodations in the medieval hill top village of Montefollonico.

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Indulge yourself in the Tuscan lifestyle and discover the region’s passion for food and fun.

Experience Tuscany and learn the basics of Tuscan cooking, stroll the narrow cobblestone streets of the medieval villages, shop at the city markets, cook with the local women, listen as the church bells ring, wander the gardens as you sip Vin Santo wine while you discover each view is better than the last.

Visit the region’s wineries and cheese makers, daily tours of local and historic sites, recreational activities and more!


With a love of food and travel, George and Linda found their calling in Tuscany.

George, a pilot and Linda, a school teacher, spent their summers traveling the world in search of local customs.  “I never wanted to be a tourist--I wanted to be a local,” says Linda of her years of travel. “I found myself bringing home souvenirs from local grocery stores.”  During his journeys, George has cooked and eaten in both obscure and off-the-beaten path kitchens around the world, as well as restaurants run by famous Michelin-starred chefs.  “I want to share my experiences and passion with our guests,” says George.

On a trip to Italy many years ago George and Linda fell so in love with the village and people of Montefollonico, they decided to stay!

These two high-school sweethearts, both from New Orleans, combined their love of food and travel with Cook In Tuscany.  Today they share their love of Tuscany with a dose of Southern Hospitality.  “We want our guests to see and feel like they live here in the village, so we give them a true authentic visit."

George, Linda and their micro dachshund, Talula, live in the village, so you can often find guests sitting with George in his backyard drinking wine (sweet tea) and telling stories.  So, roll up your sleeves and come roll pasta in Montefollonico!