Apr
30
2013

Cooking up a storm at Sally Wise Cooking School

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Brush up on your culinary skills with a fun and informative lesson at Sally Wise Cooking School, located in the picturesque Derwent Valley.

Sally is a bestselling author of several books and is a regular guest on ABC Local Radio in Tasmania for a Jams and Preserves talkback segment.

The cooking school operator has also been a presenter at events such as the Gardening Australia Expos, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Open Gardens Australia and more.

The Derwent Valley, in which the cooking classes are based, is known for its abundance of high quality, fresh produce from local growers, with Sally demonstrating how you can prepare tasty meals and preserves.

Classes focus on 'cooking naturally' without the use of artificial additives for a unique food experience.

All attendees will enjoy tastings as the class progresses with a generous morning tea also provided.

Food samples will also be provided for each participant, as well as an embroidered apron.

There are discounts made for group bookings, with extra classes able to be organised by request.

The cooking classes for May include preserving (jams, chutneys and cordials) on May 8, mother and daughter lessons on May 11, slow cooking on May 15, making and baking yeast doughs on May 22 and budget cooking on May 29.

The cost for each class is now $150 per person – so get to booking your lesson now!

More cooking classes that are coming up this year include sweet treats from the kitchen, convict and colonial cooking, leftover makeovers and gluten-free cooking.

Make sure to also check out Sally's recipes that include lemon curd, pineapple relish, kangaroo patties, colonial lamb with redcurrant sauce and rhubarb swirl cheesecake.

Visit Sally Wise's website for more information on cooking classes, recipes and the latest in food on her blog.

Sally Wise Cooking School Sign

Sally Wise Cooking School .. Cooling Down - Image Credit: ABC Australia

Fresh Ingredients from Sally Wise's lush garden in a country location

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