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For this class we will be celebrating all things Catalan and Christmas.
It is very common in Catalonia, and all over the rest of Spain to have fish and shell fish at Christmas so we will be making a dish of halibut with black pudding, serrano ham and vegetables which could brighten up your turkey laden table on 25th.
Capon is also a very common feature of a Catalan Christmas, but given the difficulties of getting capon in the UK we’ll be having chicken stuffed with prunes and apricots cooked in port.
We will also be making some side vegetable dishes and trying put some different types of not very Catalan roast potatoes – but they’re good and it’s Christmas.
Our dessert will be oranges and mandarins with cava sabayon and grated turron.
We will also make a cava palate cleanser and our own almond and peanut aperativo mix.
The class will also include and aperativos of olives and cured meat as well as a glass of wine.
The cooking class is limited to a maximum of 8 students and is a real hands on class where you learn by doing (it has been called the stealth approach to learning ) enabling you to make the food you have learned with confidence and ease for family and friends.