Tuesday 10 Dec 2019
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Learn how seafood can be a healthy, affordable part of your everyday meals, whether you’re replacing meat or looking to experiment with new ingredients.
Seafood is low in ‘bad’ saturated fat but high in the ‘good’ omega-3 fatty acids credited with being good for your joints and boosting your brainpower. Packed with vitamins and minerals too, it is a healthy protein alternative to meat.
Yet too often seafood is considered too expensive and too fussy to cook with. This class will show you that neither need be true!
Patrick Timpson from Brighton institution Riddle & Finns will teach you some essential knife skills and tips for seafood preparation, before you sit down to enjoy your lunch together. At this class you will create a menu of:
- home made smoked mackerel pâté
- pan-fried local squid with parsley & lemon or chilli & chorizo
- deep-fried calamari with citrus mayonnaise or tartare sauce
The low-cost places on this class are available thanks to Patrick from Riddle & Finns generously donating his time for this event. BNFS will also be donating fish and Springs Smokery will be donating the smoked mackerel.
Places on this class cost just £10 and are limited to people who:
- Live in Brighton & Hove who are in receipt of a means tested benefit
- We also recognize some people working, studying or otherwise are also on a low income so please contact us to have a chat before booking
- Please note we are sadly unable to offer places to anyone who needs high levels of support to participate, we do offer other cookery activities which may be appropriate – please see our community courses for the latest offers.
Please download and complete an application form if you are interested in attending the class. Or call us on 01273 234810 if you need a paper copy of this form.
Payments can be made by BACS or in cash at our offices. The Community Kitchen, 113 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG (open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm).