In This Issue Taste of South America Tour…New Highlights Video on YouTubeTeam Building Christmas Parties…Have Your Cake and Eat ItFood Tours…Hungry For The South Coast (NSW) – 13-14 March 2010Gourmet Gifts…Your Gifting Dilemmas are SolvedCooking Classes…A Culinary SalonRecipe of the Month…Chesapeake Bay CrabcakesWinners Are Grinners
|Team Building Christmas Parties
Have Your Cake and Eat It
It’s easy to organise and a wonderful way to celebrate with your team. Everyone loves it – even hydraulics engineers.
– Sue Southerden, Actuant Australia Ltd
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Hungry For The South Coast (NSW) – 13-14 March 2010
It’s a weekend away that feels like a month holiday. Hop on board now to join us for a weekend of food and wine. Learn from local growers and experience the wonderful produce of the South Coast.
We have delicious things planned for you, including a “100 Mile” Slow Food lunch, dinner at Paperbark Camp, and succulent oyster eating!
Space is limited.
You need a weekend away! Get the itinerary and Book Now on our website.
Your Gifting Dilemmas are Solved
Are you at a loss for the right gift? Check out our online shop for fantastic
I continue my quest to get everyone chopping like a chef, because once they can I am very happy.
Our cooking classes are intimate and a great way to learn from qualified chefs. But they are as much about cooking as spending time with like-minded people.
Think of it as a culinary salon – creating interesting dishes while learning in a fun, non-threatening atmosphere full of passionate teachers and students.
These are also great gifts for your friends (or anyone who cooks for you)!
Classes for summer are up on the website, so get on and book now:
Find out why I’m a chef and not a singer as I belt out “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” and take you on a journey of the highlights of my tour to South America (April 3-16, 2010).
Our YouTube channel is up with regular new clips, including this one of the tour highlights. Please let us know what you think – leave your comments or a rating.
Join us for the ultimate holiday, with local characters and “out of the box” experiences you can’t do on your own. We open magical doors for you.
If you ever wanted to visit South America this is the way to go. Use your mileage points or go first class, you will come back having experienced something amazing.
Visit our website for more information and start planning now.
|Winners Are GrinnersCongratulations to the winners of our recent monthly drawings:
Nov New Subscriber – Cooking Class – Marilyn Milling
Oct New Subscriber – Cooking Class – T Dahms
Sep New Subscriber – Cooking Class – Emily Beverly
Remember to tell your friends – all new subscribers to our eNews are entered into our monthly drawing for a cooking class voucher.
This recipe makes a great canapé, or a main for a holiday lunch or a summer barbecue. They are easy to make, light, fresh and absolutely delicious.
500 gm fresh crabmeat
2-3 tbsp mayonnaise
1/4 red capsicum, diced
1/2 red onion, diced
1/2 jalapeno, cleaned, diced
½ tbsp Old Bay seasoning or Cajun spice mix
1 tbsp Tabasco
½ tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp lemon juice
3/4 cup breadcrumbs
½ cup corn chips
5 tbsp olive oil
Makes about 15-20 small cakes or 8-10 larger cakes
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