Native Australian Foods

Written by Grace Mooney

At the time of white settlement in the late eighteenth century it is estimated that the Aboriginal population ate approximately five thousand plant and animal species in Australia and had been doing so for over 50,000 years. This is a staggering twenty percent of native flora and fauna found in Australia. Early white settlers and explorers …

Say Cheese Festival at Prahran Market

The Say Cheese Festival is on tomorrow at Prahran Market from 10am and, of course, we will be saying cheese along with a roll call of some great chefs, cooks, cheesemakers and cheesemongers who will be holding cheese cooking demonstrations and exhibiting their cheeses while guiding all the cheese lovers through the joys of choosing, storing and eating quality cheese.

Be sure …

A Swine Tale with chef Daniel Wilson

 

 

Most of our cooking classes are held over the weekends, during the day, but did you know we sometimes offer night classes with dinner (that you’ve learned to cook!).

On Saturday October 22 A Swine Tale is happening with chef Daniel Wilson, the chef and co-owner of Huxtaburger.

Daniel Wilson will be teaching …

The Roasting Class

For many Australians, it’s almost a rite of passage to experience a good roast dinner – lamb, pork, chicken, beef – with crunchy potatoes, loads of veg and gravy. We create a routine around how we cook a roast but what if you could make it even better? Small details can make a big difference, add a herb you haven’t used before, change your timing slightly with delicious results….