Superb cooking classes around Margaret River
Published Friday, July 15, 2022 in Lifestyle & Inspiration
Looking for a fun, yet relaxed, grown-up holiday activity? A cooking class could be just what you need. You’ll learn helpful techniques from experts, get hands-on practice, and enjoy the fruits of your labour topped off with a glass of regional vino? Sounds good to us!
Let’s check out the best cooking classes in the Margaret River region.
Yallingup Cheese Company
Cheese is one of the world’s greatest foods and deserves every declaration of love bestowed upon it. Join the respected cheese-makers at Yallingup Cheese Company for workshops like Fresh Curds and Feta, Brie and Camembert, or enrol your kids in the school holiday version. You’ll be proud as punch taking home your goodies to savour later – if they last that long, that is.
One Table Farm
Cook up a storm at this beautiful 100-acre Cowaramup farm. You’ll be completely immersed in nature with the property housing a massive orchard with 40 fruit and nut trees, and an equally impressive kitchen garden. There’s a sourdough class, a doughnut and cinnamon scroll one, and another for cake making. Check out the schedule to see what’s coming up.
Fair Harvest Permaculture
If you love whipping up meals with an explosion of flavour, this is for you. Join Sarina Kamini for an Indian spice class and dinner experience. What’s more, you’ll even get Sarina’s Kashmiri family recipes to keep. This is the gift that keeps on giving.
Wildwood Valley Cooking School
This top-rated cooking school is a perennial favourite. Choose either the Taste of Tuscany or the Thai Temptations for four glorious hours of hands-on demonstrations and cooking, and gobbling up the feast you helped create. You’ll also take home the collection of recipes to wow family and friends at your next dinner party.
Keen to learn more about one of the world’s most popular spirits? Look no further than the wizards at Ginversity. The multi-award winning Great Southern Distilling Company has a business arm in Margaret River where you can learn from the very best. Discover spirit-making practices, sample the series, design your own recipe, and blend a bespoke gin.
Clairault Streicker Wines
If you have a soft spot for the region’s most famous export (wine, of course), you must book yourself in with Clairault Streicker for a wine blending workshop. The instructor will take your group through winemaking theory, before you measure and mix a wine perfectly suited to your tastebuds. There’s also the option to stay for a three-course lunch afterwards.
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