Oooh – in process of updating! On The Eaten Track overseas food tours for 2020 postponed until travel is possible. Stay in touch for updates.
(or less if you’re in the Australia, UK or USA)
Wellington on a Plate ~ The Creative Table
Guest chef in the Chef’s Corner at the NZ Home Expo 1pm Saturday & Sunday ~ Simply Gourmet Home Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua
Thank you to everyone who came along and a very special thanks to Delmaine Fine Foods, Vogel’s Gluten Free Buns, Cameron Harrison Butchery and Delicatessen, Baxter’s Original Gluten Free Sauces, and San Remo for helping with giveaways and ingredients at the show.
Last year my boozE cakes were sold at City Market. Sadly, the market has decided to close its doors.
If you’d like to order boozE cakes for a special occasion please get in touch. I operate 7 days a week!
Will and Janna loved this session so much, Will organised a Personal Masterclass for Janna’s Birthday afterwards. And he wanted to do the “awesome cauli salad” recipe again as a side for main course!
“We just had such a great time” – Will
“That Southwest Steak so was tender and delicious!” – K.M.
“All the tips and suggestions very helpful”
“Elizabeth you were great – I really loved the bread and muffins as I am looking to add variety to my daytime menu…”
“Thanks for the GF baking course that you taught at the Island Bay Community Centre. It’s given me confidence to try new combinations… Keep up your inspiring work.”
“This demo was very useful because most of the bread we’ve made hasn’t worked!”
K. Frazer, email after the first 2015 school holidays’ Gluten Free Pizza Scroll class:
“My daughter and her friend thoroughly enjoyed themselves! We loved what she made – she was a proud cook that brought home her goodies!
She has already baked the scrolls twice at home and the she doubled the most recent batch so that it would last longer. The first batch disappeared within the hour!
Thank you again for sharing your passion for cooking – it has rubbed off on her. It’s great to see her measuring, mixing, getting messy and enjoying the final result and wanting to do it again!”
FUNDRAISERS & CHARITY INITIATIVES…
At this kaibosh event we raised $660 which equated to more than 1000 meals provided to people in Wellington who need it most! Thank you to Michele and Juliet for all of your help with this event and to everyone who attended and made donations!