Aug
30
2012

Cooking classes at Red Feather Inn

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Whether you are a novice in the kitchen, connoisseur of all things gourmet or a seasoned professional, you will find a cooking class that suits your tastes and interests at the Red Feather Inn.

This September there are a number of exciting courses available to budding culinary enthusiasts, including The Bakery Series – Artisan Bread Making (September 15) and the Food Styling and Photography class (September 29).

Breadmakers and food artists are encouraged to take part in these intensive classes and take their passion to exciting new levels.

An insight into the mysterious alchemy that happens in a bakers kitchen will inform part of The Bakery Series, and you will get to learn how to make some of your favourite house breads, including ciabatta, pagnotta and focaccia. There will also be the opportunity to indulge in something a little sweeter when you make dough for sugar-topped scrolls at home after the class.

For those who are keen to develop their eye for food styling, you won't want to miss the Food Styling and Photography class. Along with having Tanya White, the Red Feather's Inn house chef, on hand to answer all of your questions, you will also learn what it takes to reproduce the experience of eating a restaurant dish within the pages of a glossy magazine.

While prices vary depending on the course you take and accommodation rates, you can expect to pay between $245 and $395 for the baking course. For the food photography package this figure jumps to $345 per person and $495 per person twin share if you choose to stay the night.

Costs associated with attendance go towards free airport transfers, lunch and cool climate Tasmanian wine, plus breakfast is included in all accommodation packages.

Cooking at the Red Feather Inn - Image Credit: 101Must-Do's (NZ)

Red Feather Inn Accommodation - Image Credit: NeeditNow

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