French Cuisine Fridays
La cuisine de Bretagne
Date: 12 Oct 2018, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. (Australia/Brisbane UTC+10)
Bretagne (Brittany in English) not to be mistaken with Great Britain, occupies a large peninsula in the north-west of France.
Surrounded by the sea, it offers a wide range of fish and seafood. However, it would be a mistake to reduce Britton gastronomy to a giant seafood platter. Traditional and more authentic cooking comes from the countryside where pork and cereals have always been two essential components of the local cuisine. Fruits and vegetables represent another major part of the diet and, in Brittany, the quality of the ingredients that go into a dish has always been more important than any complicated techniques or fancy sauces that might be applied to them.
French Cuisine Friday is an excellent way to be transported to various regions of France while learning about the rich history behind these dishes that have transcended through generations of french culinary culture. If you want to expand your culinary knowledge and taste the delicious food made by our talented Anne-Sophie Dubois, then this workshop is perfect for you!
Places are limited to 40 spots. Includes a glass of wine and food.
Price: $30 for AF members / $35 for non-members
AF members book here
Non-members book here
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