So your boss won’t let you take leave to go on a 780-kilometer pilgrimage across Northern Spain? Fear not, intrepid foodies — Angela has done the Camino de Santiago twice, and she’s dishing out the culinary enlightenment from her Northcote Kitchen.
Also drawing on her Greek and Cypriot background, Angela’s cooking classes combine simple techniques, seasonal produce and lip-smacking, finger-licking good flavours.
Indulge your inner purist with a course in Classic Greek, sizzle up a Mediterranean storm at Quick & Healthy Grills, or break up the monotony of mid-week dinners with a Cyprus-inspired cycle of meat-free feasts.
Discover the joys of sharing (or not) chocolate baklava and silken custard desserts, and forget about the piffling distinction between “tapas” and “mezze” — whatever you call the process of sharing plates of saganaki prawns and soutzoukakia meatballs, it’s a tasty one.
All courses are hands-on, followed by a shared meal and a glass of wine. Forget your passport, bring your appetite and embark on an epicurean expedition without leaving Melbourne.