Main Course Cool and Confident Basic Skills

Wednesdays 6pm. Bookings essential

Plan, prepare, deliver – let’s eat!

Develop a long term love for cooking! Get started on the basics by making three delightful dishes. Work on techniques like heat control, knife skills, timing, temperature and menu planning. This course includes tips on what to buy, where, how and when, what to cook for various occasions that won’t have you melting down, plus a good giggle about why things go wrong sometimes. A fantastic class for the nervous and novice. Bookings essential. Other classes available for kids, cheese making, tapas and much more.


$120 per person

For more info visit:

Main Course Cool and Confident Basic Skills


20 Beaumont Street
Freeman’s Bay
Auckland City 1010


09 302 1460

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