Join me, Paola Davies-Romano, at my Paella & Churros Masterclass and learn to make these Spanish specialities in a small group. My mother hailed from Spain and I bring a wealth of cooking experience to this hands-on and interactive cookery class held in my Huntingdon kitchen.
I will guide you through the steps and techniques to cooking one big Valencian paella in a fun group. You’ll then enjoy your culinary creation for lunch in my dining room, along with a mixed salad, bread and a glass of Cava.
In the afternoon I will teach you the secret to making light and crispy churros, which will be served with warm chocolate dipping sauce. Celebrate your accomplishments at the end of the class with a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy your delicious churros. It’s a relaxing and sociable end to a fun afternoon of cooking.
Places are extremely limited (6 people maximum) so don’t delay! ** GET YOUR TICKET HERE**
When: Saturday, 4 August – 11am to 3pm
Cost: £50 – includes the two recipes, all ingredients, a glass of Cava with the paella lunch and tea/coffee with the churros. 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.
The paella features chicken and seafood – a vegetarian paella is available on request. Any questions, allergies or intolerances? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
** BOOKINGS FOR THIS COURSE NOW CLOSED ** Photo by Meggy Yip
We love this witty account of Romano’s ‘Essentially Italian’ Masterclass, beautifully written by prolific blogger Emma of A Bavarian Sojourn. You can catch up on the full day of food and fun in her blog post here.
A fantastic group of five students participated in the class. We even celebrated a birthday, as the course was a gift from one participant to another. What a great idea!
We cooked up a deliciously filling risotto which was enjoyed for lunch, along with some Prosecco. We avoided the food coma in the afternoon by making our own focaccia dough and learning how to assemble a zuccotto, a no-bake domed dessert from Italy.
Emma has an excellent eye for photography and captured the day through her lens. Her blog post is such an amusing read and makes “feeling like a stuffed focaccia” a good thing!
Emma’s enthusiastic feedback on the class and her kind words about Paola as a person and teacher were very much appreciated.
It was a pleasure to have Emma join us in our first ever cookery class in our brand new kitchen. Her wonderful blog is at thesojournseries.com and she can be found on Twitter, and particularly Instagram where she shares many of her stunning travel photos.