We had a great response to our survey, thank you to all of you who filled it in, and congratulations to Hannelie Swanepoel who won the fantastic prize, a Cooking class for two for a Month. We have taken note of your comments and will be implementing many of your suggestions answer from next newsletter. The most important one being that the majority of you wanted a newsletter every alternate week.
Wickedfood Cooking School runs classes with a minimum of 8 participants and a maximum of 12 as this gives everyone hands-on experience and keeps the class small enough for maximum learning.
- Sunday 14 March at 4pm – Easy to prepare Indian dishes (R350pp). An Indian cooking class, exploring authentic easy Indian dishes including potato patties; tandoori chicken; pumpkin cream curry; pulao and sago pudding.
- Monday 15 March at 6pm – Classic Italian dishes (R380pp). Italian cooking class, preparing 6 hearty dishes including chicken liver crostinis; zucchini frittata; pasta with a clam sauce; Osso Buca; polenta and pannacotta.
- Monday 22 March at 6pm – Thai master class (R350pp). In this Thai cooking class dishes include Fried springrolls, Chaing Mai noodle curry chicken, Green pawpaw salad, and Crispy red water chestnuts.
- Sunday 28 March at 4pm – Making flavoured pasta, shapes and sauces (R380pp). Adding flavour to pasta, dishes including pepper fettuccini with an Alfredo sauce, chilli tagliatelle with a seafood cream, beef filled spinach ravioli and fried sweet pasta with grappa.
Please contact the school should you wish to make a booking:
Looking for info on food?
If you have any food-related question, or a dish that you just can’t get right or even a certain recipe that you are looking for, but just can’t seem to find, then contact us and we will do our best to answer it as soon as possible. Click Here for more information. Hope to hear from you soon.
Cookbook of the week
The UK may have their Mrs Beeton, and the USA Julia Child, but we have Mrs SJA De Villiers, author of Cook and Enjoy. This enlightening cookbook is the bible to many South African cooks. . … Click Here for more.
Click Here to see Wickedfood Cooking School’s top 10 food-related books for 2009.
Did you know:
In the Middle Ages, the word plum was used to describe dried fruits in general. For this reason, Christmas pudding is still also known as plum pudding. When Little Jack Horner pulled a plum from his mouth in the 16th century nursery rhyme, he probably pulled out a raisin, according to Alan Davidson’s Oxford Companion to Food.
Food quote of the week:
“Unemployment is capitalism’s way of getting you to plant a garden.” – Orson Scott Card, American author
Recipe of the week:
A soufflé can be a fairly tricky dish to master. At Wickedfood cooking school, we make a delicious one in our French cooking class. Our recipe of the week is also relatively easy to make, and comes from our cookbook of the week – Cook and Enjoy. … Click Here for the recipe
The Wickedfood Team
Wickedfood Cooking School runs cooking classes throughout the year at its purpose-built cooking studio. Classes 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 classes 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.