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From the Streets of Asia to the Louisiana Bayou

Ground’s Global Dinner Classes for this year are underway. Sunday March 12th: Asian Street Food. Experience the delights of Asian Street Food. Quick and easy and packed with flavour. A sample of Vietnamese, Thai, Malaysian and Chinese street foods that are firm favourites. Sunday April 30th: Morocco vs Tunisia. When is a tagine NOT a […]

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The Mystery and Intrigue of Persian Cuisine

Ground’s final Global Dinner Class for 2016 is the Mystery and Intrigue of Persian Cuisine. Come and discover the wonderful ingredients that originated from this historical region. Learn the unusual techniques and dishes that come from this cuisine. Delicious, unusual but easy to cook. And one of the most hospitable cultures in the Middle East. […]

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The Underground Pear

While staying in the Hinterland of Byron Bay, Australia, I visited 3 different farmers’ markets- heaven. Two of them had this weird looking thing on display at different fruit and vegetable stalls. I assumed it was a kind of potato or yam, but it turns out it is more like a fruit. It is sometimes […]

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Winter Spice Class

The next two cooking class themes have been set. They are in July and September because I am in Australia in June and in the U.S. in August. Sunday July 31st: 3pm start. Winter Spice. Wake up those jaded winter palates with easy dishes that use spices to create something special. Gain an understanding of different […]

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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 […]

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Middle Eastern Medley or Korean- more than just Kimchi

The final two Global Dinner Cooking Classes for 2015 have been set. On Sunday November 29th we have our Middle Eastern Medley featuring dishes from Morocco, Turkey, Tunisia and Lebanon. A feast for the senses. On Sunday December 13th we will be cooking Korean cuisine. A bit of an unknown for many people, this exciting […]

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More Burmese Please

The Burmese Cooking class on August 23rd is fully booked, and the inquiries still keep coming. As there have been so many requests for another class; we are repeating it on Sunday September 27th. The class is already half full so book early. The green tea leaves are sitting in my fermentation pot now and […]

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