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Upcoming class details

Listed below are details of cookery classes for spring 2018. To book a class, use the on-line form
or contact Christine McFadden on 01308 482784.

Classes are 'hands-on' rather than demonstration, limited to a maximum of 7 people and are suitable for
all levels of skill.

Bookings are on a first-come first-served basis. A 40 per cent deposit payable at the time of booking confirms
your place. Full payment is due 7 days before the class. See Terms and Conditions.

 
Cookery Classes South West England Quotes

Thank you for a lovely, friendly and very informative day on Friday. All the recipes were delicious and the group
worked so well together.

Richenda Malone
Kent

 

Taste of Sicily
11 May, 9.45–3.30

Sicilian cuisine is a fascinating melting pot of flavours – African, Greek, Roman, Spanish and more. Most dishes are simple to make but rely on top-notch ingredients and a deft hand with dough. Come and learn to make some of the most popular dishes and bring a ray of sunshine to your cooking.

Typical recipes
Spinach Arancine (stuffed rice
croquettes)
Chickpea Fritters (Panelle)
Caponata (aubergine and
tomato stew)
Bucatini with Fennel, Sardines
and Crisp Crumbs
Sesame Bread
Orange, Olive and Red Onion Salad
Citrus and Almond Cake
Lemon Sorbet with Basil

 

What you will learn
Sicilian seasonings and flavours
Typical street food recipes
Moulding and stuffing croquettes
How to make Sicilian bread
Which flours are used in bread
and cakes
Which pasta to use

Fee
£140

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Christine McFadden Sicilian cookery classes South West
Learn to cook Sicilian arancini Dorset Foodie South West
Cookery Classes South West England Quotes

Christine is a practical cook and personable teacher. Keeping the class small creates an intimate atmosphere that enables both new and experienced participants to learn – and have fun.

Ian Steers
Berkshire

 

Taste of Thai
8 June, 9.45–3.30

This class introduces you to the distinctive styles and subtleties of Thai cuisine, from searingly hot chilli-based curries to the more delicate salty, sweet and sour noodle dishes and salads. You'll learn to make authentic curry pastes and get invaluable know-how on essential ingredients and techniques.

Typical recipes
Duck and Noodle Salad with
Peanut Dressing
Pad Thai Salad
Steamed Sea Bream with Ginger
Caramelised Belly Pork with Deep-
Fried Onion Shreds
Pork and Squash Coconut Curry
Duck and Aubergine Jungle Curry
Thai Fragrant Rice Pudding
Rose-Scented Coconut Custards

 

What you will learn
Typical Thai ingredients and where
to source them
Difference between various curry
pastes and how to make them
How to balance flavours and
seasonings
How to prepare spices
How to cook Thai rice
How to cook Thai noodles

Fee
£150

Book now
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Thai cookery classes noodles duck Christine McFadden south west
Learn to cook thai desserts Christine McFadden recipes south west
 

In the pipeline for autumn 2018
Cool Curries
Fish Cookery
Dealing with Dough: Pasta and Pastry
Exploring Gluten-Free Flours
Eyes on Pies

   
 
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