Saturday 7th March
1pm – 4:30pm

This series of cookery workshops is all about widening culinary horizons and taking inspiration from cultures around the world to create exotic dishes with a real Scottish provenance. We will be combining adventurous recipes and authentically sourced world ingredients with local produce grown right here on the Falkland Estate and other amazing products from Fife’s natural larder. The workshops will be led by Nat and Bryde of Falkland Kitchen Farm. Nat and Bryde are passionate foodies both in the field and in the kitchen. They grow over 70 different varieties of vegetables, fruits and herbs from their organic market garden on the estate. Nat is a classically trained chef, having won a scholarship to study at Le Cordon Bleu London in 2017. They have also had the opportunity to learn cooking skills in various countries around the world and have a passion for exciting world flavours in a Scottish context. These classes will introduce you to a range of interesting and unusual ingredients as well as providing the chance to get hands on and create some truly special world recipes

For our Indian workshop we will be focusing on the vegetarian diet of South India. Home to chai wallahs, amazing street food and some of the best home cooks in the world, India is a feast for the senses when it comes to food! We’ll set out to explore some fantastic recipes that are a part of daily life in India but haven’t quite made it onto the menus of British curry houses. During the class we’ll cook up a number of dishes to compose a traditional thali meal. The thali 

is a ubiquitous lunchtime feast in India and consists of up to 15 different mouthwatering dishes. We’ll round off the class in style with a cup or two of India’s famous sweet masala chai tea.

£40 per person

Booking is essential as spaces are limited.

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