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Scoffed Cooking School BBQ Guru & Native Ingredient Cooking Classes

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by Laura Turner (subscribe)
Laura and her partner Sarah are two creative foodies out to discover enticing flavours and food ideas. When they aren't tucking into their latest delicious find, they're writing, photographing and designing at www.sarahlauradesign.com
Published December 13th 2017
Kick up your BBQ skills and learn about native ingredients
Known around town as the "school of food and fun", Scoffed Cooking School is all about getting stuck in, having fun in the kitchen, making yummy food from scratch and learning delicious new skills.

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Scoffed Cooking School has a delicious range of classes for adults and kids. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)


Scoffed runs entertaining and social cooking classes and parties for adults and kids from their Magill Road, St Morris location. They even hold school holiday programs and corporate events such as cooking competitions.

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Try your hand at preparing delicious dishes with native ingredients. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)


Regular adult classes are suitable for everyone - from the 'virgin' foodie to the gourmet cook. Try out new cuisines and wines at a 'Scoffed and Quaffed' class, or add some oomph to your weeknight meals at their Wednesday night 'Hump Day' classes.

Kids aged 5 and above can learn recipes from around the world, whether they just want to have some fun or aspire to be the next Masterchef.

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Learn the skills to perfectly grill Kangaroo fillets seasoned with roasted and ground wattleseed. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)


BBQ Guru Cooking Classes

Scoffed recently launched their BBQ Guru Cooking Classes on Monday 11 December – and will be helping people take their BBQing skills to the next level from February 2018.

If you've ever wanted to learn all about smoking, indirect vs direct cooking, types of fuel, rubs and marinades, carving and trimming, and even which cuts of meat (and types of seafood) to choose, this class is for you.

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Carlos showing off the native Niçoise salad base (soon to be topped with BBQ smoked salmon and egg!). (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)

"Scoffed is about making cooking from scratch fun and accessible," says owner Nadine Silverberg. "This new series will help people lift the lid on the nuances of Australia's favourite backyard pastime."

There are three-week courses and one-off classes to choose from, so head over to their BBQ Guru Cooking Class page to find out more and view their tasty example menus.

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Sample your freshly cooked wattleseed kangaroo with davidson plum chutney. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)



Scoff Something Wild" Native Ingredients Classes


This new series will help you find out why native ingredients are seen as the future of Australian cuisine. Run in partnership
with Adelaide Central Market's Something Wild, you can try your hand at fresh barramundi seared in pepperleaf, kangaroo fillets rolled in roasted & ground wattleseed, native carrots with muntrie jus and karkalla, or rosella flower pavlova.

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Scoff down your very own charred stone gfruit with lemon myrtle ice cream. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)


Classes include hand-picked local wines with every course, a $25 voucher to use at Something Wild, a special introduction from Something Wild on how ingredients are harvested and their traditional uses, and expert guidance from head chef Lachlan Mackinnon (formerly of Windy Point and Red Ochre).

Upcoming classes: 24 February, 14 April, 20 April and 23 June.

Adult Summer Program

For adults, there's a delicious Christmas Tapas on Friday 15 December, where you can learn delicious new recipes and time-saving tricks to pull off your best Christmas feast yet.

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Ever tried Tuna tartare with crispy wontons? Now's your chance. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)


Featuring matched wines, nibbles on arrival and more, the menu for this class includes spiced lamb rolls, brioche baked plum pies, endive boats with avocado & mango salsa, gravlax toasts with horseradish creme fraiche and a festive salad. Yum!

To view all of Scoffed's upcoming adult classes, please click here.

Scoffed is the creation of Nadine Silverberg and partner Mark Busse. Nadine is a keen foodie with a background in retail while Mark is a former creative director in the advertising industry.

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Brioche sliders with Indian style scrambled eggs. (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)


They've gathered a diverse and growing team of talented chefs to host the array of cooking classes and parties on offer, including the likes of Lachlan Mackinnon, Carlos Astudillo, Heather Hristowski and Jennette Goh.

For more info, visit scoffedcookingschool.com.au, call 0410 965 692 or email info@scoffedcookingschool.com.au.

P.S. Why not give the gift of food and fun with a Scoffed Cooking School gift voucher?

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Charred Mexican corn (elotes) with aioli and parmesan. Yum! (Image courtesy of Raina Hunter.)
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Why? Cook up a storm and learn something new about BBQ'ing and Australian native ingredients.
When: See website for class times and availability
Phone: 0410 965 692
Where: 441/D Magill Road, St Morris SA 5068. (Enter via Williams Ave)
Cost: Single sessions start from $70 for adults and $30 for kids.
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