Red hot test for mayor’s cooking
5:40pm Wednesday 28th August 2013 in News
BURY’S mayor had her culinary skills put to the test at the launch of the town’s Stirring Flavours Cookery Master Classes.
Cllr Sharon Briggs and mayoress, Shirley Rabbitt, were among the guests who attended the launch reception event at Stirring Flavours’ custom built multi-concept kitchen studio in Parsons Lane.
The aim is to introduce new cooking classes to educate passionate curry lovers and food fanatics as well as developing their cooking techniques.
The launch was enriched with a live cookery demonstration followed by a delicious five-course buffet meal freshly prepared by well-known chef Afruj Choudhury.
Designed for the home chef and safe healthy cooking, Stirring Flavours offers a variety of cooking classes on everything from the basics to gourmet fusion dishes and, of course, the popular dish chicken tikka masala.
Some of the classes will include the fundamentals of cooking, weekend cookery master class, half-day “cook it fresh and easy” masterclass and a full day “friends and family fusion” masterclass.
Stirring Flavours’ chef instructors are hospitality assessors and trained professionals who have a passion for good food and cooking.
Afruj Choudhury is a qualified trainer and assessor for hospitality and catering and works with national training providers.
He said: “Our chef tutors have tremen-dous knowledge and passion to share with those who wish to take their culinary skills to the next level.
“The goal of the masterclasses is to go beyond just teaching a recipe. Stirring Flavours strive to teach people about the tools, skills and techniques involved in the cooking process, so that the required knowledge is gained and can be applied to cooking as a whole.”
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