Learn to Cook Sierra Leonean Street Food & Afro-Fusion Small Plates With Me

Kent Cookery School

Join me for a fun evening of cooking, eating and drinking at the Kent Cookery School on either the 15th July or the 30th of September 2021.

If you fancy learning the art of cooking Sierra Leonean street food and Afro-fusion Small Plates, I’ll be teaching a small group of just 12 people how to cook three of my favourite dishes:

  • Mokor (Plantain Fritters) with a Smoked Salone Fire Mayonnaise
  • Tiger Prawns with Salone Fire Chilli Butter and Burnt Lemon
  • Fonio with Spiced Pumpkin and pine nut salad

The evenings are always full of laughter and conversation, and we get to sit down and enjoy all the food we’ve cooked together at the end.

The class will take place in the cookery school’s listed barn – a rustic oak beamed building which has been converted into a fully equipped kitchen. This relaxed setting is located on the idyllic Mersham-le-Hatch Country Estate on the outskirts of Ashford.

The school opened in 2011 and was designed to make students feel at home so that they could relax and enjoy themselves whilst learning new culinary skills.

You’ll experience spice, bold flavours and colourful dishes on this evening course. I’ll also walk you through the stories behind the dishes and the authentic African ingredients used to create them.

Whether you join me as a pair, in a group, or on your own, you are set for a great evening of fun and food!

There are only a few spaces still available, so make sure you book your place now!

Course dates and times:

15/07/2021 at 6pm-8.30pm – Book Now

and

30/09/2021 at 6pm-8.30pm – Book Now

Please note this course is not suitable for Vegetarians.