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Fresh From The Sea Cooking Class at Georgie Bass Cafe & Cookery

Saturday 20 July 2024 | 4pm - 7pm

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Contact Name: Flinders Hotel

Location

Cnr Cook and Wood streets
Flinders, 3929 Victoria

In this class the Georgie Bass team will have you working with and preparing various types of seafood; from correctly cleaning and preparing, through to correct cooking techniques and flavour pairing with other ingredients, giving you the confidence to use these delicious gifts from the ocean in your own kitchen.

Georgie Bass Café and Cookery is all about putting fresh, local and seasonal produce on your plate, that not only looks great but tastes fabulous!

As a committed partner of the Mornington Peninsula Produce program, we incorporate ‘home grown goods’ from our kitchen garden, planter boxes and Flinders farm into the menu seasonally.

To help you repeat the Georgie Bass experience at home we run a series of hands-on cooking classes that will inspire you to challenge yourself in the kitchen. Led by our industry leading chefs and cooked with premium Miele equipment, these classes cater for a maximum of 12 people, ensuring you receive personalised tuition throughout each class.

We cater for all levels of experience, and welcome private group bookings for friends, special occasions or corporate groups.

Each class runs for approximately 3 hours and is inclusive of meals prepared. Beverages additional.

For bookings and further details please click through to 'More Information'.

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