Sydney Seafood School 2019. Sydney Seafood School. Oct 2019

At this hands-on workshop, you’ll master four fish recipes perfect for summer entertaining, then enjoy them for lunch with a glass of wine.

Christine Manfield is an excellent teacher and inspiring cook, renowned for her love of spicy flavours, as celebrated in her latest award winning book Tasting India. Adding any of these mouthwatering recipes to your repertoire will guarantee the success of your next dinner party. In the class, you will be learning how to cook whole fish – king george whiting, garfish, flathead and trout. Signed copies of Christine’s books will be available for sale on the day.

With over 12,000 guests a year attending classes, Sydney Seafood School is Australia’s leading cooking school. Initially established to create a demand for unusual seafood species, the School has slowly broadened its reach to teach food lovers how to cook a huge variety of cuisines. All classes commence in the School’s tiered auditorium with a demonstration, then guests roll up their sleeves and recreate the dishes in the school’s state-of-the-art kitchen, preparing a delicious meal to enjoy with fellow guests at the end of the class.

  • location

    Sydney Seafood School, Bank Street, Pyrmont NSW, Australia

  • Dates

    Saturday 5 October 2019

  • Duration

    11.00-3.00

  • Price

    $165 per person

book this event

sydneyfishmarket.com.au
T: 02 9004 1111

 

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