Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Julie Biuso's Shared Kitchen

Hot Sizzlin' Mamma -
Turn up the heat and breathe new life into your cuisine

My cooking classes are set to kick off this Saturday on Waiheke. Sunny skies and warm temperatures are predicted. Horray!  We've had enough of the rain now the tanks are full.

I've also posted new dates for classes. Waiheke will be rocking over Easter with the Jazz Festival. I'll be cooking at Rangihoua Olive Estate Easter Friday, then giving classes Saturday, Sunday and Monday. It'll be such a good buzz on the island – class acts including Sex On Toast, Nairobi Trio, Sal Valentine & the Babyshakes, SJD, Greg Johnson and many more, will be performing (at affordable prices) – plus there'll be fantastic Waiheke wines and produce to sample, olive oil and wine tastings, and cooking classes, too. Come and make a day of it - or stay longer.

I'm also able to give private classes on your preferred date if the scheduled classes don't work for you - book clubs, hens' celebrations and the like, and groups of friends, are all welcome. And Shared Kitchen classes can come to you: have knives, will travel!

This week I've included one of my favourite ways with beans, stewed in the Italian style and ideas for salads and a fresh vegetable pickle. Why does cucumber make you burp? Find out how to stop it. And there's a recipe for buttery plum or nectarine friands. So many recipes are heavy and doughy, but this one is very light and crisp around the edges. 

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