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Wickedfood Cooking School, SUNNINGHILL

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Hi all, in this weeks newsletter we discuss the Big Green Cooking Rules (which are surprisingly easy, but you knew that) as well as highlighting the Cape Town based company Living Green. Sam Adams, the owner and director of Living Green, has over ten years experience in alternative green solutions across a number of sectors and because of this Sam has become a sought after asset in the green community of South Africa. So why not take a leaf from his tree…

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Wickedfood Cooking School news

Our October individual cooking class programmes are up on the internet – click on the month for the programme – October.

Sunday 17 October at 4pm Classic Italian dishes (R380pp). 6 hearty dishes including chicken liver crostinis, zucchini frittata, pasta with a clam sauce, Osso Buca, polenta and pannacotta.

Monday 18 October at 6pm
30 minute meals course 1/4 (R380 per class). Includes pasta, rocket and mozzarella salad, Stir-fried chicken breast, Grilled lamb chops and Tuna salad.

Monday 25 October at 6pmEasy to prepare Spanish dishes (R380pp for the class). Classic easy-to-prepare Spanish dishes including chicken livers, stuffed tomatoes, white gazpacho, fish stew, virgin paella, and chocolate pudding.

Sunday 31 October at 4pm Indian class 1/4 (R370pp for the class). More advanced Indian dishes including samoosas, vindaloo, spinach kofta, mushroom pulao and gulab jamons.

Please contact us should you wish to make a booking:

Green ideas for your kitchen?

Big Green Cooking Rules

Follow these eco-rules to turn any recipes you prepare into planet-pleasing foods.

•    1. Prepare plant-based meals
•    2. Be an energy-wise cook.
•    3. Eat by season.
•    4. Enjoy fresh foods naturally and simply prepared.
•    5. Go organic and eco-conscious when you can.
•    6. Buy locally when logical.
•    7. Practice the 4Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, and Recycle.
•    8. Be realistic.

And, though it’s not a “rule,” have fun while cooking.

Awesome website of the week:

Start Living Green 

Living Green has been in operation since November 2008, providing green coaching services to both the domestic and business sector.

The company has two areas of focus:
1. GreenCoaching, Training and Consulting Services. Go to services
2. GreenProducts and installations. Go to products

The first focus is on guiding our clients through the large number of green options available on the market. Our priority is to support the client in choosing the most suitable product for their need and budget. We have the experience to know what really benefits the environment.

The second focus is on carefully selecting natural and organic products for retail to our clients. We choose locally manufactured products where possible, from trusted suppliers. In addition, Living Green also installs vegetable and herb gardens, compost systems, and recycling systems.

Food Joke:

“Food is an important part of a balanced diet.” — Fran Lebowitz

The Wickedfood Team

Wickedfood Cooking School runs  classes throughout the year at its purpose-built Johannesburg cooking studio. Cooking lessons are run in the mornings and evenings 7 days a week (subject to a minimum of 12 people). The venue is also popular for corporate events and private functions – team building cooking classes, birthdays, kitchen teas, and dinner parties with a difference.

Our cooking courses are hands-on, where every person gets to participate in the preparation of the dishes. They are also a lot of fun where you not only learn new skills, but get to meet people with similar interests. For corporate groups and team building cooking classes, these events are a novel way of creating staff interaction or entertaining clients.