Vegetarian Cooking Class: Asian Flavours @ The Edible Flower – Friday 7 February 2020


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Join us on Friday 7 February from 2pm to 6:30pm for an afternoon of hands-on cooking, learning and eating. Learn how to cook a delicious Asian inspired vegetarian meal and then sit down together with the rest of the class to enjoy the fruits of your labours.

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We’re pretty obsessed with plants, so lots of our food is focused on making plants the star of the show – whether that’s fruits or vegetables, salads or herbs, pulses or grains. Eating lots of plants is brilliant as it’s generally healthier for you and your family, better for the environment (especially if you buy local, seasonal and organic/pesticide free where possible) and also totally delicious!

We cook lots of completely vegetarian menus for supper clubs, weddings, small events and for our six-week Twilight Gardening sessions each summer (which is always all about the veggies!). We get asked a lot about how to make vegetables the star of the show; how to curate a vegetarian meal that will please vegetarian teenagers while keeping the enthusiastic carnivores happy too!

You don’t need to have any cooking experience to attend, this class is for anyone who wants to learn more about how to prepare and cook meals where vegetables are the star of the show!

This class will include:

  • Thai Yellow Curry with Winter Squash and Potatoes, including making the curry paste from scratch.
  • Honey Miso Aubergine with Pickled Chilli
  • Pearl Barley with Peas, Broad Beans, Scallions and a Ginger, Lime & Sesame Dressing
  • Stir-Fried Winter Greens with Garlic & Soy
  • How to cook the perfect Jasmine Rice
  • Lots of hands-on cooking, this is not a demonstration class, you will be helping cook the dishes
  • Our class sizes are small so you will have lots of chance for one-to-one help and discussion
  • After we have finished cooking, we will all sit down to enjoy the dishes you have cooked. A home-brewed beer and green tea will be included.
  • Recipes for everything we cook on the day plus a few extras will be provided, ready for you to host your own veggie dinner party.

Here are the details:
Eating & drinking: After we have finished cooking we will sit down to eat together, around 5.30pm, water, green tea and a beer will be provided but feel free to bring anything else you would like to drink with dinner. We will finish up with a yummy dessert.
Dietary Requirements: Please let us know any dietary requirements when you book and we will do our absolute best to accommodate you
Time: 2pm to 6.30pm, Friday 7 February 2020
Location: The Edible Flower, 121 Middle Road, Saintfield, Co. Down, BT24 7LS – the best way to find us is to put ‘The Edible Flower’ into Google Maps
Cost: £60 per person, plus £1.50 booking fee.

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Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your booking, for whatever reason, please let us know as soon as possible. For full details of our cancellation policy please click here.

2 thoughts on “Vegetarian Cooking Class: Asian Flavours @ The Edible Flower – Friday 7 February 2020

    1. Hi Usha,
      I’m sorry to hear that you didn’t receive the email. We sent out a newslettter with all the details on 15th November. According to our mailing system it was sent to your email address at 1:52pm but you never opened it. Perhaps you could check to see if the email ended up in your spam? I’m not sure what to suggest other than chatting to your email provider about how best to ensure emails from us make it into your inbox. Apologies again, Jo


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