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Dartmouth Food Festival - 2017 Manna from Devon Kitchen ‘A’ Workshop Timetable Royal Avenue Gardens


This year our workshops have been organised and sponsored by Manna from Devon Cooking School. Situated in the Royal Avenue Gardens our workshop kitchens allow you to learn a new skill and have fun at the same time. But book early as places are limited. Go to www.dartmouthfoodfestival.com/events to secure your place.


Friday 20th October


10.30am -11.15am


11.45am - 12.30pm


1.00pm - 1.45pm


2.15pm - 3.00pm


3.15pm - 4.00pm


CRACKING CRAB Holly Jones of Manna from Devon Cooking School will be showing you how to break into our local speciality, the brown crab and how to extract all the meat. £15 pp.


FISH COOKERY Nick Evans, head tutor of Rick Stein’s Cookery School in Padstow is back and will be passing on some of his best fish cooking tips as we cook the catch of the day. £12 pp.


CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES Learn how to create your own chocolate truffles with Stuart Pate, executive pastry chef of Rick Stein’s empire in Padstow. £12 pp.


CURRY MASTERCLASS Festival favourite Romy Gill MBE is back with us for her super popular curry masterclass. She’ll be creating one of her favourite Indian fish dishes. Book early! £12 pp.


FABULOUS FLATBREADS Manna from Devon’s David Jones will be teaching you to make one of his favourite breakfast flat breads from his travels round India - stuffed paratha. £12 pp.


Saturday 21st October


10.30am -11.15am


11.45am - 12.30pm


1.00pm - 1.45pm


2.15pm - 3.00pm


3.15pm - 4.00pm


4.45pm - 5.30pm


CRACKING CRAB Holly Jones of Manna from Devon Cooking School will be showing you how to break into our local speciality, the brown crab and how to extract all the meat. £15 pp.


FERMENTED A beginner’s guide to fermenting with food writer Charlotte Pike who will be showing you how to incorporate fermented foods into everyday eating. £12 pp.


THE PERFECT TARTE AUX POMMES Learn to make the classic French apple tart with master baker Richard Bertinet. £12 pp


CURRY MASTERCLASS Festival favourite Romy Gill MBE is back with us for her super popular curry masterclass. She’ll be creating one of her favourite Indian fish dishes. Book early! £12 pp.


COOL KIDS COOK Jenny Chandler is making a welcome return and working with children to create their own healthy black bean quesadilla with salsa. Age limit 8 -15. £8 pp.


TO BE CONFIRMED - CHECK WEBSITE FOR DETAILS Sunday 22nd October


10.30am -11.15am


11.45am - 12.30pm


1.00pm - 1.45pm


2.15pm - 3.00pm


3.15pm - 4.00pm


FABULOUS FLATBREADS Manna from Devon’s David Jones will be teaching you to make one of his favourite breakfast flat breads from his travels round India - stuffed paratha. £12 pp.


STEAKS AND SAUCES Manna from Devon will teach you how to cook a perfect sirloin steak and cook 2 classic steak accompaniments. £12 pp.


FISH COOKERY Kit Noble of award winning Nonsuch House knows a thing or two about fish cooking and will be passing on his secrets. £12 pp.


FERMENTED A beginner’s guide to fermenting with food writer Charlotte Pike who will be showing you how to incorporate fermented foods into everyday eating. £12 pp.


PASTA MAKING Make your own egg pasta, bash up your own basil pesto from the simplest of ingredients and enjoy it all with Manna from Devon. £12 pp.


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