ROSA MATTO & FRIENDS ISLANDS IN THE SUN

This course will be held at Pirate Life Brewing-Pt Adelaide and will be run in conjunction with the Adelaide Food Fringe. Join Rosa and her Kitchen All Stars in a collaboration with Rose Senesi and Nat Perrotta as they celebrate the food, music and stories of the Islands of Italy. Visit Sardinia, Sicily and its islands Ischia, Procida, Elba, the Islands of the Venetian lagoon, Isole di Tremiti - the list is endless. So is the distinctive culture and food from each location. Enjoy a menu of fish, lamb and rabbit, honey, grains, cheeses made fresh before your eyes, all interspersed with songs, stories and dances Tarantella and Pizzica from the Salento. Sit back with your welcome ale and be transported to the Islands of Italy. (Fee includes a welcome ale and all food and entertainment. Additional drinks will be available throughout the night at your own cost).

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FULL 17005 - Tue 5.45pm 11 May 1 sess x 4 hrs ()

UKULELE AT PIRATE LIFE WITH THE POP UPS

This course will be held at Pirate Life Brewing - Port Adelaide and will be run in conjunction with the Adelaide Food Fringe. Play along with the Pop Ups! WEA Ukulele Tutor, Richard Gibson (Pop Corn) and his friends Therese (Pop Gun), Meg (Soda Pop), Katie (Poppy Longstocking) and Phil (Weasel) will perform on the uke then workshop some songs for all to play along. Bring along your own Uke. Song sheets will be provided. Some prior Uke experience will help to gain the full experience. A welcome drink is included in the fee.

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POTTERY MUG AT PIRATE LIFE BREWING

This course will be held at Pirate Life Brewing - Port Adelaide over 3 sessions and will be run in conjunction with the Adelaide Food Fringe. Using the pottery technique of coiling you will make your own Mug which you can then paint and decorate. You will then be invited back on a mutually agreeable date and time to collect your finished product and celebrate with a free drink of your choice to be drunk out of your new masterpiece. Meals will also be available at this session. (Clay, glazing and firing are all included in the fee as is your first Ale).

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FULL 17007 - Sun 10.00am 16 May 1 sess x 2 1 sess x 1.5 1 sess x 1 ()

INTRODUCTION TO FERMENTATION WORKSHOP

Learning to make cultured foods through the fermentation process. Cultured foods provide a way of preserving foods without artificial preservatives, while providing the body with probiotics, enzymes and vitamins to support gut health. Recent research shows that gut health is linked to mood-related disorders, so learning to make and include cultured foods in our daily diet can support our holistic well-being.This workshop is a hands-on process, where participants will learn to make 5 different cultured foods to take away, sauerkraut, kefir & milk yoghurt, yoghurt cheese & apple vinegar. Taste-testing is included in the class. Please note that dairy milk is used and may not be suitable for you. Students are required to bring along some of the ingredients and you may wish to contact our Enrolment Office for further details prior to enrolling. [https://youtu.be/efXp_sQSGCA]

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ROSA MATTO-OLIVES & OLIVE OIL

Rosa Matto invites you to a culinary experience. Discover the incredible flavours and health benefits of using local table olives and Extra Virgin Olive Oil in your everyday cooking. A lavish lunch will be demonstrated and served and you will go home with a comprehensive booklet of recipes and tips for using olives and their oil. Recipes will feature Pesce in Saor in sweet and sour sauce, Ma'ahani (Lebanese lamb sausages), Patatas Bravas, Spanish Tortas de Aceite, Eggs and olive salad, Olive oil and chocolate mousse. You will also be shown simple cosmetic applications such as soothing lip balm and hand moisturiser. This class may just change your life!

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THAI FAVOURITES

Learn how to make your favourite Thai foods like Golden Bags, Fish Cakes, Pandan Chicken and Pad Thai. This is a demonstration and hands-on course with students joining in to roll, wrap and stir-fry! Plenty of sampling opportunities.

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INTERMEDIATE FERMENTATION WORKSHOP

Learn to make cultured foods through the fermentation process. Cultured foods provide a way of preserving foods without artificial preservatives, while providing the body with probiotics, enzymes and vitamins to support gut health. Recent research shows that gut health is linked to mood-related disorders, so learning to make and include cultured foods in our daily diet can support our holistic well-being. This workshop is a hands-on process, where participants will learn to make 4 different cultured foods to take away. Taste-testing is included in the class. Ferments we will cover: Kimchi, Kvass (Beetroot), Kombucha and Kefir (Water) Students are required to provide some ingredients. Suitable for beginners.

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TEA: BREWED AWAKENING

Join Lord Devotea for the first in a series of 'tea tasting sessions'. Embark on an entertaining journey across the world of tea. You'll brew and taste many teas, learn about processing and blending, history and lore, types, classification and grading. You'll leave this course with a new appreciation of the importance of the world's most popular beverage and how it connects people across the globe. Participants will get to taste a selection of 7 different teas.

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BARISTA COURSE - INTRODUCTION

This course is suitable for those who have little or no experience in the coffee industry. It will give you the basic knowledge and skills required to gain employment in the industry or to make that perfect cup for yourself at home. Topics covered are: understanding the roasting process-raw to roasted, understanding the equipment and troubleshooting problems, controlling the extraction, learning how to be consistent, understanding milk and texture, differences in coffees on the menu, techniques to execute the above FAST and under pressure. Certificate provided by La Crema Coffee. Course held at La Crema Coffee, St Marys.

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STARTED 17022A - Tue 6.00pm 13 April 2 wks x 2.5 hrs (La Crema Coffee)

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BARISTA COURSE - INTRODUCTION

This course is suitable for those who have little or no experience in the coffee industry. It will give you the basic knowledge and skills required to gain employment in the industry or to make that perfect cup for yourself at home. Topics covered are: understanding the roasting process-raw to roasted, understanding the equipment and troubleshooting problems, controlling the extraction, learning how to be consistent, understanding milk and texture, differences in coffees on the menu, techniques to execute the above FAST and under pressure. Certificate provided by La Crema Coffee. Course held at La Crema Coffee, St Marys.

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BEESWAX WRAPS WORKSHOP

Learn to make beeswax wraps to replace cling-wrap in your kitchen. Wax wraps can be used to wrap lunchbox sandwiches and snacks, wrap vegetables to keep them fresher for longer in the vegetable tray, wrap half-cut fruits and vegetables, wrap cheese blocks, wrap bowls, salad bowls, food trays, lasagne dishes, and so much more. Reduce your use of single-use clingwrap with your homemade wax wraps. Wax wraps are easy to clean and store, and last for at least a year with minimal care. In this DIY Workshop, you will be making 4 wax wraps - 2 small,1 medium,1 large. We use local beeswax, pine rosin and jojoba oil to wax 100% pure cotton material - all these are included in the workshop cost. Notes will also be provided. You only need to bring a pair of fabric scissors and a ruler/measuring tape.

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STARTED 17024A - Sat 10.00am 10 April 1 sess x 3 hrs (Wea Centre)

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