If you are hankering to learn the art of creating the perfect macaron, or your idea of heaven would be eating your way around the cuisines of the world, then you need to book into Spring Cooking School stat, our choice for this week’s First Class feature.
One of Brisbane’s leading cooking schools, the team at Spring Cooking School pride themselves on using great produce to teach creative, informative classes in a professional environment.
Class options are wide and varied, and intimate class sizes allow for hands-on participation. Each class makes for a memorable experience, with plenty of laughter and good food.
The list of classes is long and the decision of how to pick which one will be difficult. Perhaps you shouldn’t narrow down your selection, and instead aim to do as many as possible. These are some of our favourite classes…
- Creative Cupcakes
- Mighty Macarons
- Chocolate Masterclass
- Cake Decorating
- Dude Food
- Beer and Dumplings
- Puccini & Pizzas
- Effortless Entertaining
- To Rome With Love
- Chef’s Table
- Bread-making & Preserves
- Asian Street Food
- French Classics
- Middle Eastern Tajines
- Mexican Masterclass
- American Southern Comfort
- Indian Cuisine
- Vietnamese Cuisine
- Greek & Turkish
- Eastern European Trip
Or if you’re looking for something a little bit more intimate, check out their private, customised classes.
All of the classes are fun-filled, educational journeys of food, produce and wine. Classes may be held as stand-alone events, or incorporated into larger lunch, dinner or high tea events, or even cocktail parties! Private classes can be customised at any date and time pending availability. The only requirements are an eight guest minimum (and 16 maximum).
Spring Food & Wine is located at 26 Felix Street, Brisbane CBD. To see the full list of class times and to book, click here.
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