Moroccan Cooking Food is a mosaic of colour, and the original combinations of flavours create something truly special. The history of invasion and the blending of cultures have produced a fusion cuisine
Moroccan CookingFood is a mosaic of colour, and the original combinations of flavours create something truly special. The history of invasion and the blending of cultures have produced a fusion cuisine with hints of Spanish, Portuguese, French, and North African character. The Arabs introduced the interesting combination of sweet and sour flavours and a love of opulence and sensuality. Learn how to cook using traditional recipes, creating the fabulous flavours of Morocco, Feast on favourites such as Lamb Tagine, or learn the secret of making perfect Couscous, experiment with new spice blends, and make your own Harissa. Class fee R700 per person (4-hour session) Antoinette's Cookery School reserves the right to cancel classes subject to minimum participants not attending; however, should we cancel a class we will try to accommodate all participants in presenting the class on another date or arranging a full refund. If a class is cancelled Antoinette’s is not responsible for any costs, damages or expenses that you may suffer or incur. All payments to be done via EFT transfer or direct deposit 7 days prior the class date, please note no cash deposits. We will present classes either from 09h00-13h00 in the morning or from 18h00-22h00 in the evening depending on confirmed bookings. This class is not recommended for Coeliac or Gluten intolerant diets. 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.
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Antoinette's Cookery School
230 Kruger Avenue, Lyttelton Manor
Antoinette's Cookery SchoolAntoinette's Cookery Schoolinfo@antoinettes.co.za 230 Kruger Avenue, Lyttelton Manor, Centurion, Pretoria