- May 6, 2019 - May 29, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Our course returns for its eighth run. Fumbally chef Sinead Moclair will teach a six week cookery course in the beautiful Fumbally stables kitchen with a focus on sustainable, healthy and – most importantly – delicious home cooking.
This Monday evening class is for enthusiastic cooks and beginners alike who want to learn delicious veggie recipes, make meat go further, and get creative with leftovers. We’ll explore ingredients from some of Ireland’s small but mighty producers, and learn to make amazing dishes from around the world, from Korea to Italy.
The course will also include tuition on making sauces and condiments from scratch, sweet and savoury baking and an introduction to fermentation, with everyone taking home a sauerkraut or kimchi.
Sessions are very hands on and lively, with plenty of one-to-one guidance. The group will generally work in twos to prepare a two course meal that will be shared at the end of each class.
This class is limited to 10 places.
Please note if we are obliged to cancel the course, you will have your payment back. If you fully booked but cannot attend to the course we ask for 10 working days notice before a refund can be issued unless of course we re-sell your space which we will endeavour to do. Or we can also transfer your payment to another course. If you are unable to make part of the course, we can not offer a part refund once the course has started.
Feedback from previous students:
“We all agreed we have come away with so much more confidence in cooking, and I feel a new sense of adventure and experimentation in the kitchen.”
Jean, January ’18 course.