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Sardinian Cooking Class

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April 22, 2012
11:30 amto2:00 pm

This weekend sees the first in a series of three Sardinian cooking classes. In the first, local chef Sabine Ledda will reveal the saucy secrets Sardinian Fregole (similar to cous cous) in a tomato based sauce with seafood. Dessert is the Sardinian specialty, seadas: hot pastries filled with mozzarella and drizzled with honey.

Cost $35 – includes cooking demonstration with Sabine Ledda, a copy of the recipes, wine, lunch and a goodies bag!

WHEN: Sunday 22 April, 11.30am – 2.00pm
WHERE: Enoteca Sileno, 920 Lygon Street, Carlton North
WEB: facebook.com/events/373380139346949
To book, please transfer $35 (per person) to JENNIFER CURCIO, BSB: 063 128 and ACC: 0064 2903 with your name as the account description by April 18.


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