Friday, June 18, 2010
Red Feather Inn Cooking School
Set in the picturesque town of Hadspen, the Red Feather Inn has added a new dimension to the boutique property with the Red Feather Inn Cooking School. Run by owner, Lydia Nettleford along with Chef and Manager Lee Christmas and visiting guest chefs, the Red Feather Inn Cooking School will combine produce from the Inn’s nearby heritage farm ‘Haggerstone’ and their country vegetable garden, with the skills from experienced chefs. In September, the Red Feather Inn Cooking school will be conducting two hands-on cooking classes – Fish and Lamb & Hogget. In Fish, guests will learn a number of filleting and cooking methods, while in Lamb & Hogget, guests will learn to bone, roll and cook lamb.
WHEN: Saturday 4 September and Saturday 25 September
WHERE: Red Feather Inn Cooking School, 42 Main Street, Hadspen 7209 TAS
HOW: Classes start from $250 per person and can be booked through the Red Feather Inn Cooking School website at http://www.redfeatherinn.com.au/school/calender.html. Classes include morning tea on arrival, an apron, tea towel, lunch & beverages and a recipe folder.
For more information on Red Feather Inn’s cooking classes, contact the Red Feather Inn Cooking School on 03 6393 6506 or firstname.lastname@example.org. W: www.redfeatherinn.com.au/school/
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