About the Workshops
At Willow Vale Cooking School we plan our calendar around the garden and tailor our classes based on what vegetables are in season, reinforcing our beliefs around living a more sustainable lifestyle.
Bruno will cook and decipher the recipes giving lots of advices, details and “tricks of the trade” making it as clear and enjoyable as possible.
You will have the opportunity to get involved in helping Bruno or stand back, watch and enjoy if you prefer during the 2 and ½ hours workshop.
This will be followed by a 3 courses lunch.
We provide homemade Kombucha, chilled infusions, filtered rainwater and tea/coffee, and you are more than welcome to bring any additional drinks.
We will also send you home with a goodie bag which includes recipes from the class, an apron, Willow Vale Cooking School honey and homemade infusions.
Workshops run from 9.30am until 3pm
Please read our Terms and Conditions before booking.
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Most people, who have experienced good “old school” French food will have been struck by the honest depths of flavours, followed by a soothed, comforting feeling.
We could call it the ultimate comfort food, but don’t be fooled…this is sophisticated cooking.
This is available for group only
With the reminiscent of the second World war, food was something taken very seriously in the Loubet home. Everyday my mother, cooked simple food but always with a lot of care, good ingredients, that were cooked and seasoned properly.
Wednesday 11th March 2020
Provence could be seen as the quintessential place for the perfect holiday in France. The colourful beauty of Provence has long been recognized by many great artists and influenced their work with it’s blue skies, fields of flowers, local markets, even the scent in the air, has made visiting Provence a bucket list wish for many.
Saturday 16th May 2020
I love bread! Maybe a bit too much for my health! Historically bread goes back very far in time. Historians say up to 8000BC in the Middle East. Of course, over time, techniques have been developed and lots of recipes were created around the world.
Saturday 14th March
Colourful, fragrant, often slow cooked to blend a myriad of flavours, Moroccan cuisine has been influenced by many other cultures. The complex flavours in some dishes, transcending the use of spices are so exciting and of course so delicious. Perfect cuisine for Queensland weather!
Wednesday 25th March 2020
Friday 29th May 2020
Thursday 25th June 2020
If you like to entertain a few friends at the weekend but want to keep it simple and delicious, Brunch is the way to go.
Brunch dishes are often simple and use eggs. In this workshop we’ll go away from the usual crushed avocado on toast. We want to show you some very “cool” delicious dishes that will surprise your guests.