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Saturday January 13th THAI
Take a culinary sun snack with these fresh and zippy recipes for noodle and rice dishes, curry, stir-fried vegetables and fresh salads. This class includes seafood.
Saturday January 20th CURRY
Learn to make curries from India, Thailand, Malaysia and Sri Lanka,, all accompanied with the various side-kicks. A little seafood in some recipes
Saturday January 27th LEBANESE
Enjoy the wonderful fresh Mezze, Pilafs and Salads of this beautiful country and learn how simple they are to put together
Saturday March 23rd MEDITERRANEAN
This class will have lots of ‘live to be one hundred recipes’ from the south where a plant based diet is widely believed to be tone of the reasons that so many live to an old age. Lots of quick tasty recipes to add to your repertoire
Saturday April 6TH INDIAN VEGETARIAN
We are taking a wander around southern India this spring and I will be collecting up lots of easy recipes for everyday dinners or to make a feast. One of my favorite vegetarian cuisines – so many possibilities!
Saturday April 13TH GREEK
The food in Greece is simple and seasonal. This class will be about creative ways with aubergine, peppers and tomatoes, delicious vegetable mezze and the secret to making filo pie,
Saturday April 20TH MEXICAN
Plenty of fresh and vibrant recipes; tacos, elotes, tostadas, re-fried beans, quesadillas, pico de gallo, guacamole……
Saturday April 27th NEW SEASON VEGETARIAN
Lots of fresh ideas and recipes, using seasonal ingredients to make delicious and nutritious salads, salad dressings and spring meals.
The classes are held at Lettercollum in Timoleague. They begin at 10.30am and finish around 3pm. The cost is €120 and includes all recipes, tastings and lunch.
Please contact us for details
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