Time: January 15, 2012 from 1pm to 6pm
Location: Old Street, Liverpool Street, Shoreditch area - exact details to paying customers only!
Website or Map: http://www.facebook.com/Greek…
Event Type: greek, cookery, class, ending, with, supper
Organized By: Greekfoodlover
Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2012
Craving good authentic Greek food in London and want to learn how to make it? Join Greek Cookery Class for hands-on cooking classes and a generous meal to follow after each session!
Greek Cookery Class runs a three-week course in January 2012 with cooking and eating:
The cost for both sessions is £160/person. All ingredients, tuition, tastings and meal are included plus a doggy bag to bring food home after every class/dinner. The course can be given as a present and more courses will follow with other dishes later in 2012 to expand your Greek chef’s repertoire.
Please advise of any food allergies on booking.
The course is informal, good fun and you get to meet people who share the love of food and cooking/eating together. To book email me:
First come first served, so please book early to avoid disappointment! I also offer personalised gift vouchers if you want to give the class/course as a present.
For pictures and to get a feel of what we’re up to visit us to see our previous 50++ classes and Greek Supper Clubs on:
www.facebook.com/GreekCookery check under photos.
Looking forward to cooking together some of the best Greek food in London.
Press and testimonials:
Your chef Elisavet, devoted to Greek food, has received much acclaim for her cooking. Her food has been served at Riverside Studios and she has been featured in RedMagazine, Foodepedia and ITV’s Britain’s Best Dish where Michelin starred chef John Burton Race said her lagana bread is “absolutely first class” and the prawn dish she cooked live on ITV was “cooked to perfection!” Eating East has given her supper club 4 stars out of 5.
Elle Decoration recommends Greek Cookery Classes as the authentic Greek cuisine experience and Business Traveller US lists both her Greek Supper Club and Greek Cookery Class among London’s top alternative dining places. Elisavet is also the first cook to teach Greek food at Divertimenti and Leith’s Cookery School. Recently her piece on food in Greece was published in The Guardian.
Total Greek Yoghurt and Kenwood regularly sponsor her events.
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