From the Med to Burma, Louisiana to Korea

The next 4 cooking classes have been set.

Our style of classes for 2016 is focusing on a theme or region of cuisine for the night. You will cook 3 or 4 courses in either a hands-on or passive role, whichever you feel most comfortable with, eating each course with matching wines. During the course of the evening you will learn different techniques and recipes to take home in the process.

During the fun evening you will not only learn the secrets of international cuisine but also enjoy the wine selection we have matched to the food.  These classes run for approximately 3-4 hours, or until your plates are clean.  Come hungry!

Sunday February 28th: 3pm start. Fresh & Healthy Mediterranean. The food of this region is full of fresh and healthy ingredients providing a balanced diet. Good olive oils, fresh seafood, a cornucopia of vegetables, herbs, spices and special ingredients ; all done simply but with amazing results. Delicious and good for you.

Moroccan tomato salad

Sunday March 20th: 3pm start. Burmese Cuisine. A re-visit to this ever-popular class. Learn the secret of fermented tea leaf salad and the explore some of the other foods from this amazing cuisine.

Saturday April 30th: 3pm start. Louisiana. “Jambalaya, crawfish pie, file gumbo… son of a gun” A mix of cajun and creole food. Some unusual ingredients and cooking techniques for a truly Southern State experience.
Saturday May 28th: 3pm start. Korean Cuisine. More than just kimchi. This unique cusine is tasty and healthy. All the rage overseas at the moment, come and find out what all the fuss is about. Be surprised.
Cost is $100 per person including full meal, matching wines, class and recipes. The Lessons are down at the Naval Point Yacht Club in Lyttelton.

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