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Cooking Around The World

Make entertaining easy and take your tastebuds around the world. Master the principles of cookery, as you create the flavours and styles of Mexican, Middle Eastern, Italian and French cuisine.

You'll work with Lior and Kenton to cook recipes from a variety of cultural cuisines, from the fresh summer flavours of France to the spices of the Middle East. It's a week of lessons with professional chefs, who can provide you with the techniques to cook impressive dinner party dishes, without having to spend hours in the kitchen.

  • Adults: $418.00
  • Under 18: $242.00

Prices include GST

Details

Age 16+
Skill Level Everyone
Time slot Whole week - full days
Status Filling up.
Location Bellingen High School

More about the course

The menu is designed to integrate different food styles and cooking principles to give you a variety of skills.

It is also focused on health-conscious eating and utilising sustainable seasonal produce from backyard food gardens and growers’ markets. 

You'll learn recipes and techniques from four countries, with a whole day devoted to each country’s cuisine, as Kenton and Lior alternate with each group. On the final day, you'll work with the class to cook a celebratory banquet, incorporating the week’s recipes.  Invite along friends and family to share your new-found culinary expertise.

Your culinary experience is guaranteed to provide an eclectic exploration into the world of the chef’s mindset, cookery principals, hospitality and the gastronomy of life.

 


Tutor

Kenton Shaw

Kenton Shaw

Kenton’s family moved to the NSW Mid-North Coast in 1981 and he began his career at the tender age of ten, mashing bananas for smoothies and making the famous chocolate-coated bananas at the Big Banana.
He has been cooking in the region now for twenty years, culminating as owner/chef of the highly regarded Misty’s restaurant in Dorrigo.
Kenton is both passionate and well informed about the region and its cuisine. He has played a key part in initiatives such as 'Paddock to the Plate', a program using local produce that integrated food and cooking styles with seasonal produce from backyards or growers’ markets.
Kenton has a long history of participating in many food festivals and cooking demonstrations and has conducted cooking schools celebrating cuisines from around the world. This is Kenton's fourth year as a tutor at Camp Creative.

 

Lior Klipin

Lior Klipin

Lior grew up in Bellingen, surrounded by a beautiful culture of food.  He started cooking in restauraants during high school and since getting qualified as a chef has worked locally and in Melbourne in a range of different restaurants.  His passion is connecting sustainable produce to good cooking, to create happiness through food. 


Course Requirements

To cover the cost of all the required ingredients, $120 is payable to your tutors on the first day. You will be eating throughout the day, so this cost includes all morning teas and lunches.

As you will be in the school’s commercial cooking/ hospitality rooms all equipment is provided, but you can bring your favourite knife if you have one. It is essential that you provide your own apron and covered footwear.

Got a special dietary need? Let your tutors know in advance and they’ll show you how to adapt the recipes for different requirements.

You'll need to give two weeks prior notice of dietary needs with Kenton Shaw at dorrigowholefoods@gmail.com or Lior Klipin at lior.klipin@gmail.com

 


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