Join me for this series of three online cooking classes. Every Monday evening at 4.30pm we will cook dinner together - giving you the night off and empowering your teens to make a delicious and healthy family dinner.
I will send you the recipe pack giving you plenty of time to get the ingredients.
Over the four weeks we will cover the following:
There will be vegetarian options as well as a meat version.
Please ensure you have a strong Wi-Fi signal in your kitchen as the class is on Zoom. Please check the recipe for any allergies you may have in your house.
The student will be using the hob and oven so please make sure there is an adult or older sibling close to help with this.
Learn some new skills as we make a delicious dinner. Spoil your partner or just spoil yourself as we all need a bit of love! On the menu is sole or hake meunière with green beans, lemon and almonds. This will be followed by a very rich and decadent French chocolate mousse.
Please ensure you have good WiFi in your kitchen.
Join us as we make healthy-ish fruit and oatmeal bars. Whilst they are baking we will make a delicious vegetable soup for your lunch!
Class size is limited so that they are interactive with plenty of time for questions.
Cost is per device.
For Shrove Tuesday we will make lots and lots of sweet and savoury pancakes.
We will make savoury ones with spinach, ham and cheese that the family can have for dinner, and then of course some sweet ones with several different toppings.
Your child will be using the stove so may need adult supervision as pans can get very hot.
Cost is per screen.
Learn about the flavours of New Orleans as we make a Southern inspired dinner - shrimp remoulade, jambalaya followed by that classic bananas Foster.
The session is interactive so there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
I will send out the recipe a week in advance so you have plenty of time to get the ingredients.
Cost is per screen.
You don't have to be Welsh to enjoy Welsh cakes - these flakey, tender, melt-in-your-mouth teatime treats were known as bakestones as they were traditionally baked on one! St. David's Day is March 1st but we will making a day before.
Recipes will be sent to you a week in advance of the class.