Learn to make easy recipes with Paola Davies-Romano, who brings a wealth of cooking experience to this hands-on and interactive cookery class held in her spacious Huntingdon kitchen.
The class is aimed at university students / young adults with an interest in eating well and expanding their cooking repertoire. They will gain practical skills and learn how to put together simple but delicious recipes that will keep them going with their work or studies.
Working in pairs, the students will be making 4 fantastic recipes with Paola, who will guide them through the steps and techniques to cooking hearty and delicious meals. The day begins with the preparation of Thai Yellow Soup with Tofu, Vegetables and Udon Noodles in a Coconut Broth, which will then be enjoyed for lunch in Paola’s dining room along with complimentary non-alcoholic drinks.
The afternoon will be spent learning how to make stuffed bread, a pasta dish and a nutritious salad, all of which will be taken home.
Places are extremely limited (6 people maximum) so don’t delay! ** GET YOUR TICKET HERE **
When: Saturday, 28 July - 11am to 4pm
Cost: £75 – includes the 4 recipes, all ingredients and non-alcoholic drinks with the Thai soup lunch. Purchase your ticket through Eventbrite (no booking fee).
Where: Romano’s, Huntingdon area. The full address will be emailed to you upon confirmation of your booking. There is ample parking.
Any questions, allergies or intolerances? Email us at email@example.com
On 24 May, Romano’s held a fringe event for Eat Cambridge, a two-week festival of local food & drink. Romano’s Paella Masterclass took place at the newly re-opened Black Horse in Dry Drayton in their lovely function room. Paola taught participants how to make Paella Valenciana in a fun and interactive group. Everyone enjoyed feasting on paella at the end of the evening.
Food blogger Pina of One Two Culinary Stew helped out with the event but also shared her experience on her blog, which you can read here. There are some wonderful photos of delicious food (those prawns!) and happy faces.
We’d like to give thanks to The Black Horse’s Amanda and Colin for letting us have the space, all our enthusiastic participants for being so delightful and Pina for her post. Her food blog is at onetwoculinarystew.com and she can be found on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.