CLASSES AND EVENTS FOR 2020…EXCITING CHANGES!
Hooray, our classes for 2020 are now live!
I’m delighted to say that our class schedule for 2020 is now available for bookings. We’ve put the dates for the whole year up, in the hope it will enable you to plan well ahead and perhaps even get friends or family members together for a long weekend away in the beautiful Northern Rivers; make early travel and accommodation arrangements; and then book for a particular class or time of year that suits you best. (Based on our experience of 2018 and 2019 it would be a good idea to book early if any class does appeal as places in each class are limited to ten (10) students only).
As you will notice from the schedule, I don’t teach during the hot summer months as it’s usually so humid here that it’s impossible to even think about cooking or making pastry! The rest of the year however is just about perfect, so I would love to think that I get to meet you in Autumn, Winter, or Spring to spend a great day learning, cooking and laughing together.
I’m deeply humbled and gratified that for the last two and a half years I’ve been meeting people from all around Australia who travel to spend the day at my “pop-up” Cooking School. During this time we’ve had two different venues, both in wonderful and historic village halls and their kitchens – Federal, Coorabell, and now for 2020 we have a third gorgeous venue…The Burringbar School of Arts Hall (you’ll find out more about it below.)
As you can see from the heading ‘Exciting Changes’ I’ve been thinking long and hard about how to make the experience for our students this year even more pleasurable, interesting and worthwhile. After all this thought, together with feedback from previous students, I’m changing the format of the classes in 2020 to “mix things up” a bit. I think and hope you will like what’s in store!
All of the classes whether for Autumn, Winter, or Spring will of course have different recipes and menus and will vary from month to month …. and week to week in some cases! Except to say that the menu for the Friday and Saturday on the same weekend will be the same menu.
The difference when compared with what I’ve done previously lies in the structure and timing of the day and hopefully allows for even more input from me; the opportunity for even more tips and ideas; and a bit less work for you!
If you would like to find out more, just scroll down the page…