What would you like to cook tonight? Italian? French? Japanese? Thai? Moroccan? Spanish? Or perhaps something with the flavours of America’s deep-south? Whether your taste runs more to surf’n’turf, barbecue, spicy chilli crab or cool Mod Oz, our upcoming program has something for you.
Many of Australia’s leading chefs present their signature dishes and favourite seafood recipes at our hands-on classes – and in the coming months we’ll be seeing Dan Hong (Mr Wong & Ms. G’s), Andy Evans (Spice Temple), Phil Wood (Rockpool), Hamish Ingham (Bar H), Guillaume Brahimi (guillaume), Shaun Presland (Saké), Gregory Llewellyn (Hartsyard), Christine Manfield, Jonathan Barthelmess (The Apollo and Cho Cho San), Luke Burgess (Garagistes, Hobart), Mike McEnearney (Kitchen by Mike), Master Sushi Chef Hideo Dekura, Damien Pignolet, Richie Dolan (Chiswick), Lucio Galletto (Lucio’s Italian Restaurant) and Alessandro Pavoni (Ormeggio at the Spit).
As well as the chance to learn from these industry heavyweights, there are all the seafood classics, from Spanish paella or Singapore’s famous chilli crab, to a simple but delicious Moroccan seafood tagine or an array of tasty Chinese yum cha dishes, plus Surf’n’Turf with Anthony Puharich (Vic’s Meat Market).
With Mothers’ Day just around the corner, the School’s gift certificates make perfect presents too – especially if you give Mum a gift that money can’t buy – some of your time by attending a class with her. The new Seafood Brunch class on Sunday 17 May is a perfect way to get the family together with Mum, especially with the book-for-6-pay-for-4 group discount.