Cooking Club, Tues 8th & Weds 9th October 2013

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smcavolonero0005.JPGThe Cooking Club is a monthly series of classes that you can dip in and out of as you please. At each class we cook a seasonal vegetarian supper, the stars of which are Riverford's beautiful organic vegetables and fruits. This class is perfect for those who want to eat seasonally and are after a little recipe inspiration (as well as a fun night out).

smsquashmix0001t.jpgClasses are usually held on the second Tuesday and/or Wednesday of the month, 7pm-10pm. We cook together for a couple of hours - learning different culinary techniques each month - and then sit to enjoy a convivial dinner around the kitchen table with wine.

Come in October for inspiration for cooking seasonal stars such as beetroot, kales, squashes and pears.  Here is an example October menu to give you a feel.  The exact menu is usually set at the last minute so that the best seasonal produce available from Riverford at the time can be used.

Bob's farm beets.jpgBeetroot & porcini soup with horseradish cream

Roasted squash, red pepper, Puy lentil & Feta salad

Cavolo nero gratin with baked eggs

Pear & maple syrup cake with zabaglione


“I have thoroughly enjoyed these classes. I have learned many new skills and the classes have given me ideas on using seasonal vegetables. I have used many of the recipes again.”

“Thank you for another wonderfully inspiring and enjoyable evening.”


Date: Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th October 2013 if demand

Time: 7pm - 10pm

Location: London N5 (Arsenal tube 2 mins walk)

Price: £45 per person per class. Or £120 for 3 Cooking Club class places, which could be 3 for you, or you plus 2 friends, or as gifts, or any combination of those options.

To book: Email Anna
Please read the booking terms & conditions before booking your place. Thank you.

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