• Have you always wanted to master the art of making your own Gyoza? Japanese gyoza are a great food to share with friends and family and are the ultimate Japanese street food! Let Sarah teach you the art of folding your own using 3 different types of fillings including pork, prawn and vegetable varieties So this class can be vegetarian and vegan.  It is always wonderful to see people’s faces in the class when they suddenly realise that they too can do it!!! You will also learn how to make different types of Japanese sauces to accompany them. As with all our classes we will be able to recommend local suppliers for all ingredients so that you can go home and replicate them straight away. Simple, tasty and easy to master – even for a complete beginner! The exact location of this venue can be found by clicking this link: https://w3w.co/typical.commended.waving  
    Please Note
    • Unfortunately, we are unable to cater for specific dietary requirements in some of our classes but please ensure that you let us know of any allergies at the time of booking.
    • If you are booking the class as a gift, please ask the recipient to get in touch with us directly with any allergies ahead of the class by emailing us at hello@jerichokitchen.co.uk.
    • A follow up email will be sent a few days before each class with any additional instructions and a copy of the recipes. It would be a good idea to print a copy off ahead of the class if you have the facility to do so.
    • Some of our classes may be set up for you to take some of your dishes home with you so please ensure you bring containers with you as these will not be provided by the school at the end of each class.
    • Please make sure that all email correspondence is forwarded on to all gift recipients to ensure that they have received all of the above instructions.
  • After 4 sell-out classes, Cat is back this spring with some new and exciting menus to reflect the seasons as well as teaching brand new skills for cooking over fire.  Cat will also take you on a walk through the woods to forage some spring goodies… think nettles, wild garlic.  Learn how to pick, prep and cook them. Our new venue is at Hollands Farm in Great Milton.  Spend the morning prepping and cooking a feast over the fire pits. Learn how to master a range of different fire cookery methods to elevate your food to new heights. You will be taught how to light a BBQ and build an open, roaring fire. We will discuss the fuels, heat sources and cooking methods using direct and indirect heat. Dishes may include:
    • Nettle gozleme – thinly rolled-out flatbread filled with spiced/herby nettles and cheese
    • A mini rack of lamb or lamb cutlets or a lamb rump with wild herb butter
    • Charred asparagus on wild herb labneh with crunchy pangratato
    • Seabass fillet with grilled jersey royals with wild garlic bud capers, cornichons and mustard dressing
    This class is a first for us and one we think will be extremely popular, so book fast to avoid disappointment. The exact location of Hollands Farm, Great Milton can found on this what3words link: https://what3words.com/host.riverbank.cadet