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Julie Goodwin’s Cultural Cooking Series – Fragrant Vietnam
Saturday, April 28 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm$140
In this series, Julie Goodwin will take you the countries she has travelled, to eat the food she loved in those places. These are a sit-down, demonstration-style class. All of the food being demonstrated will be served.
Vietnamese cuisine is known for its vibrant flavours, its fresh ingredients and a little touch of French flair. In this class Julie will take you through her cook’s tour of Vietnam. Watch as Julie demonstrates how to cook fresh rice paper rolls with homemade rice paper, delicate and fragrant pho (soup), banh xeo (sizzling Saigon pancakes) and a variety of salads and accompaniments traditional to Vietnam. As you watch these dishes being created, they will be served to the table for your dining pleasure. At the conclusion of the dinner and class you’ll be given all the recipes, and you’ll go home with the know-how to create your own fragrant Vietnamese feast at home.
Length: 3 hours
Type: Cooking demonstration while enjoying the meal
Cost: $140 / ticket (book at the bottom of this page)
Please advise of any dietary requirements or allergies at the time of booking. Please understand we will do our best to accommodate where we can. If you would like to discuss, please contact us – 02 4337 0777 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note | adult classes are not suitable for infants or children of any age, with the exception of a child aged 13+ years that not only holds a ticket to the class but is also accompanied by a ticket holding adult.
Parking: We are unable to offer direct onsite parking. However there is plenty of untimed parking available on Dwyer Street (a short stroll from julie’s place).
Note | Parking: Unfortunately we are unable to offer direct onsite parking at 370 Mann St.
However there is plenty of parking available on nearby Dwyer Street. This is untimed parking and only a short stroll from julie’s place.
Join Julie for a workshop with a difference as she brings her experience as a bestselling author and magazine columnist to help you to write your own recipes and family food history. The workshop will cover the mechanics of recipe writing; translating old handwritten recipes from generations past; how to translate the things you cook by feel into written recipes…and more! | BOOKING NOW