Fumbally Home Cooking #9

  • September 2, 2019 - October 7, 2019
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fumbally Home Cooking is all about getting you into the kitchen and building confidence and passion around the food you cook at home. We focus on sustainable, healthy and – most importantly – delicious food that bring all the bounty that Irish growers and farmers can supply us with, together with influences and ideas from abroad. We see recipes as guidelines and really want we want to do is encourage the intuitive cook within you. Once you get home we hope you will have the confidence to take our recipes, put your own mark on them and make them your own.

Fumbally chef Sinead Moclair will be teaching this six week course in the  Fumbally Stables kitchen. These Monday evening classes are geared towards 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. 

“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. 




Having trained in Ballymaloe Cookery School, Sinéad worked in Cork’s Nash 19 and House Café before joining the Fumbally kitchen in February 2018. Growing up on a farm eating and cooking home grown produce she developed a deep appreciation and respect for seasonal Irish ingredients. A love of travel and gathering food inspiration wherever she goes means her food will often have a distinct global influence. Having taken over the Fumbally Home Cooking class in January 2019, she loves having the opportunity to share her passion for cooking, baking, preserving and fermentation with her students.




Please note: these coursess are dependent on three quarters capacity. If we are obliged to cancel the course, you will receive full payment back. If you wish to cancel your place we ask for 10 working days notice to be eligible for a refund. Should we have a waiting list and are able to fill your space we will of course issue a full refund.  If you are unable to make part of the course, we can not offer a part refund once the course has started.
Phew….that’s all the technical stuff out of the way.


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