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Urban Feast Cooking School is a bespoke suburban cooking space in Brisbane’s Northside hosting Hands-On cooking classes as well as lifestyle workshops.
With two purpose built kitchens celebrating our perfect all year round Queensland weather, Urban Feast Cooking School is where people of all culinary levels can come to learn about real food flavours, savvy techniques and delicious food combinations for both indoor and outdoor cooking.
Dominique’s passion for a sustainable kitchen, her unique presenting style and repertoire of recipes will help you with your day to day cooking and special event entertaining, making life easy and delicious.
With the past epidemic, environmental outcomes, public awareness, and market trends, basic cooking techniques and home vegetable gardens are providing a small-scale approach to the sustainable use of natural resources, leading towards self-sufficiency, self-regulation, sustainability, and environmental protection.
Urban Feast Cooking School is a leader in the trend for suburban community spaces celebrating diversity, urban living, upcycling and making the most out of small space living.
All our set classes are hands-on teaching you real life cooking skills, tips and food tricks that will change the way you see, think and work with food. Our hands-on cooking classes are designed to give you the confidence to be able to “throw ” together flavours, ingredients and meals bringing nutrition and variety to yourself and your family.
Classes are limited to maximum of 12 guests giving each participant a fun, entertaining, informative and interactive cookery class. Classes are suited to anyone from the complete novice to the true foodie.
Book one of Dominique’s Classes at her New Cooking School “Urban Feast” or email us to organise a date to suit.
Dominique’s focus is on delicious, creative, healthy food drawing on her professional experiences and her vast range of food knowledge from her European and World travels. Classes include international cuisines as well as cooking for various food intolerances, Vegan, Vegetarian, Low – Carb and Keto.
Believing that balance is the key to health and happiness, Dominique’s skills also include fresh pasta and pizza, barbequing, reduce waste and sustainable cooking, bread and pastry baking, salads and vegetables, entertaining, and classes covering techniques such as knife skills, fermenting, household preserving and pantry staples.
See our list of classes and workshop dates here or to book a private class for 2 or more people register your details here.
As a result of our love of cooking shows, cooking classes are now the perfect way for companies and private groups to engage in a fun, exciting, hands on activity. Hands-on Cooking Classes are perfect for specialty event nights, team building and corporate client nights. In addition, facilitated cooking classes are an easy way to celebrate diversity in the workplace.
With a range of class plans and structures, I can personally create a cooking class to suit your theme, group dynamic or specialty requested cuisine. What better way to build team morale, say thank you, mingle with clients, or just relax and have fun cooking with friends.
A little chopping, stirring, sautéing, grilling, lots of tasting, a few drinks, and then sitting down to a magnificent banquet of dishes prepared by you and your peers, its an experience which can be enjoy by young and old alike.
Here at Urban Feast Cooking School, we believe that cooking is an essential life skill. That is why we have teamed up with Accessible Chef to create our unique cooking course. For individuals with mild Intellectual Disability and Low Support Needs, our Accessible Chef cooking classes not only equip individuals with the necessary tools for greater independence, but also promote social and community participation and provide them with a sense of belonging.
The Accessible Chef Programme will encourage the development of cooking skills necessary for everyday life including:
– Giving participants who are transitioning to independent living additional cooking skills and independence in the kitchen
– Learning about the importance of healthy foods and creating healthy easy meals
– Reading recipes, identifying ingredients and budget cooking through Accessible Chef pictorial recipes with simple steps
– An introduction to growing your own herbs and vegetables
– An introduction and sensory experience collecting eggs from chickens, feeding the worms, and picking fresh herbs and vegetables from the garden for use during the classes
– Learning safe food handling practices, how to safely use sharp knives, graters, and other cooking utensils and how to safely operate a hot stove and oven
– Meal preparation and balanced healthy food combinations
– Table setting and appropriate social skills at mealtime
– Washing of dishes, cooking utensils and cleaning of kitchen
The learning outcome at the end of 10 lessons is that the adult learner with intellectual disability is inspired and empowered to cook a nutritious meal at least 3 times a week with the Accessible Chef recipes at home with their acquired skills.
Dates and class details coming soon
Register your interest and make an enquiry below.