Conducted by Nabeela
Khan and Michael
roots” covers the
gardening and culinary arts practiced by today’s British
event starts in the garden, where Michael will give tips
on growing and
using a wide range of vegetables and herbs, including the
(fenugreek), dhania (coriander) and kerala (bitter melon) and
as well as
the more familiar courgettes, French beans and spinach. Using
available from any high street shop, Nabeela will then continue
cookery demonstration that transforms ingredients from the
an exotic treat that can only be sampled in Asian homes.
Cost: £300 (including VAT) for a course, irrespective of the number in the group (limited to 2 to 15 people).
Date: To be arranged.
Time: 8:30 for coffee, start 9:00 am – 1:00pm
Refreshments will be provided. Although it is not our intention to provide a full lunch, the course will finish with several recipe demonstrations, that will then be consumed by the group. Few people will want to eat much lunch after a course.
The courses will be conducted irrespective
of the weather; so come ‘rain
or shine’. Remember, when it is wet the ground might
be quite muddy, but
we will be inside tunnels for part of the course, and on
sunny days they
can get excessively hot – so dress accordingly.
For further information or to book please click on booking icon (picture of lemon grass on left) or contact
Joy or Michael Michaud at:
Tel: 01308 897766
Fax: 01308 897735
Mail: Grow and Cook
Dorset DT2 9DD
Please note: Due to the risk of infection from
tobacco mosaic virus in peppers, tomatoes and aubergines we
have a strict ‘No Smoking’ policy on the market
garden, and anyone who
has had a cigarette up to two days before the course will
be asked to
wear plastic gloves (provided by us) when handling these
However, we are not anti-smoking – there will be breaks
morning when those who wish to have a smoke are welcome to