Our June programme is now available on our website, click here. Once again we have some delicious cookery classes available, as well as an exciting new cooking class – home cooking. These are one hour classes, where each student learn to cook a main dish for two, with veggie and starch, and takes it straight home to eat after the cooking class.
We’re also launched a facility on our blog, where you can ask online for assistance on any food-related topic, including recipes, and our two resident chefs will strive to get an answer back to you within 24 hours – Click here for more information, hope you enjoy.
- Winter Entertaining;
- Authentic Indian cooking class;
- Home-style Middle Eastern cooking class with a delicious combination of easy to prepare dishes with a strong Lebanese influence;
- Classic pasta dishes and sauces;
- Flavours of the South African Portuguese Table
- All you wanted to know about… Chocolate;
- Home cooking – Learn to cook a healthy homestyle dinner for two, and take the fruits of your labour home to enjoy with your partner. These are quick classes starting promptly at 6pm and lasting 1 hour. You will get to make a main dish, with veg and a starch.
May highlights for the next two weeks include:
- Tuesday 19 May at 6pm – Jamie’s Ministry of Food – quick meals and pastas (R350pp). We consider Jamie Oliver’s latest book his best. It is a perfect book for any beginner. Each month we take six recipes from the book and re-interpret them, with plenty of tips along the way. Learning the secrets to successful easy cooking, including spicy Moroccan stewed fish with couscous, chicken and leek stroganoff, broccoli and pesto tagliatelle, classic tomato spaghetti, macaroni cauliflower cheese bake and banana tarte tatin, with a wicked twist.
- Sunday 24 May at 4pm – Thai cooking class (R370pp). In this class learn to cook mouthwatering authentic Thai dishes include Tamarend flavoured fish soup, Waterfall beef, Tofu salad with vegetables, Chicken rice and Fried bananas
Please contact the school should you wish to make a booking:
May individual class programme….. click here
May individual class programme….. click here
What’s new on the Wickedfood blog
Apart from our weekly newsletter, we’re also very active posting interesting food-related articles on the Wickedfood blog. New articles this week include:
There are also a host of other mouthwatering recipes and travel related articles on the blog. Please feel free to comment, or let us know if you cook any of them and how they turn out.
Cookbook of the week
The Food of France by editor Kay Halsey – part of a five book series, and as with the other books, this one gives you a real taste of the country. Each recipe is accompanied by a photograph of the finished dish as well as some great step-by-step photographs. Read more …..
Did you know – Rocket grows wild in Asia and the Mediterranean and its hot, peppery flavour becomes more pronounced with age. The leaves have become ubiquitous at trendy restaurants and gastropubs but are also commonly used in Sudanese cookery. The seeds can be sprinkled over salads for flavouring or used to produce oil.
Food quote of the week: – “Never put a sausage in the fridge. That’s a terrible crime. Rather sleep with it under your pillow” – Sylvain Monier, gourmet sausage-maker, Deauville..
Food tip of the week: – If you happen to over-salt a pot of soup, just drop in a peeled potato. The potato will absorb the excess salt.
The Wickedfood Cooking School team was in France, to find inspiration for our French cooking classes and teambuilding cooking classes. We came across this scrumptious tart on the lunch buffet at the Hotel Royale in Deauville. Click here for the recipe.
Look forward to hearing from you.
The Wickedfood Team
Runs cooking classes throughout the year at its purpose-built
cooking studios. 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 teambuilding cooking classes these classes are
a novel way of creating staff interaction or entertaining clients.