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by Books for Cooks

These small bites with big tastes have become an icon of Spanish cuisine. Jenny Chandler shows how these delicious morsels make irresistible appetizers or a whole mouth-watering meal in their own... Read more

by Books for Cooks

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These small bites with big tastes have become an icon of Spanish cuisine. Jenny Chandler shows how these delicious morsels make irresistible appetizers or a... Read more

by Cookery School at Little Portland Street

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Enjoy a day cooking and eating wonderful Spanish food. Kick start the session with a Cookery School breakfast and get ready to cook... Read more

by Celia Brooks Brown's Gastrotours

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Portobello Road is known as one of the funkiest street markets in London, but few are aware of the inspiring culinary secrets peppered throughout this... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

As part of the week long Mallorcan food festival, Catalan Cooking is teaching a special Mallorcan food class.
While Mallorca is a well known holiday destination for British people, it's food isn't,... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Hopefully we'll be in the middle of an Indian summer in September so a very popular dish in Catalan restaurants - tuna tartar (tartar de toninya) will be an ideal start to make for warm September... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Some very dear friends of mine from Barcelona came to visit recently. We saw a paella being made out in the open and they were utterly appalled. After declaring it a crime against paella, rice,... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

This August we will take a step outside Catalonia and make pudin de centollo - spider crab pate - a dish from the Atlantic coast region of Cantabria. We'll also make peaches stuffed with pork, ... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Allioli and Romesco are most commonly used in the UK with the barbecue in the summer but for Catalans they are the base for a wide variety of dishes, especially in winter. In this class you will... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

The biggest PR cliche for any press release is that Spring had sprung so let's just say it will be bouncing around, sprouting out the ground, raining on us (hopefully before there’s a drought in SE... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

For this class we will be celebrating all things Catalan and Christmas.

It is very common in Catalonia, and all over the rest of Spain to have fish and shell fish at Christmas so we will be making a... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

The May class at Catalan cooking will be a post pig day celebration of iberico pork, seasonal asparagus, and a traditional recipe from Tossa de Mar which I learned from a 75 year old lady doing the... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

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The Spanish region of Catalonia is fiercely protective of its identity and Catalan food is a source of great cultural pride.

Join Rachel McCormack as she shares... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Squid is one of the most sustainable seafood around and woefully neglected by domestic cooks. We seem to think we have to go to a fancy restaurant to eat it as it is too complicated for home.

This... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Oct 25: Autumn Veg and Fish

We shall get stuck into autumnal lentils, autumn fish, seasonal vegetable fideos and two types of crema catalana.

We shall make:... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Join Catalan Cooking for a day of DeRaza Iberico Pig. The black iberico pig is the reason that Spain makes the best ham in the world and is quite simply the best pork possible to eat.

Until recently... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

On Wednesday 14th September I’ll be doing a Catalan Cooking demonstration at Barcelona Tapas, Middlesex Street Rather than getting your hands dirty you just come and enjoy the food, a glass of cava... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

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Catalans love wild mushrooms. When they get off the beach at the end of August they go rushing in their cars to hills and mountains to seek them out. Rural... Read more

by Catalan Cooking

Spain is full of hunters. They are generally not the betweeded upper middle class men but inhabitants of villages, following the tradition of the ordinary man hunting to supplement the family... Read more

by La Cucina Caldesi

This is a short, informal, hands-on cookery evening taught by the popular Spanish chef Carolina Catala-Fortuny. Enjoy a tasty selection of Tapas which you have made as a lite supper, a glass of wine... Read more

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