Make an authentic Spanish paella
Learn how to make one of Spains most popular dishes. Discover the history of the paella and where to buy the best ingredients locally. Sergio, a paella chef from southern Spain, will also explain the different types – all perfect for entertaining! Students will learn all the required techniques, participate in the cooking (and eating), and enjoy a glass of Spanish wine. A fun and enjoyable class for those with a passion for cooking.
Please note: This class is held outside in the rose garden at UWA Claremont. Look for the signs. You may want to bring a jacket.
The UWA Claremont Campus (formerly the old Claremont Teachers Training College) is located on the corner of Princess and Goldsworthy Roads in Claremont. There are four ground-floor entries to the building, with wheelchair access available from the eastern end and the main entrance located at the western end.
If heading along Stirling Highway, turn off into Goldsworthy Road.
There is ample parking available on the grounds at UWA Claremont and easy access to the building via the Goldsworthy Road entrance. Parking is available on a ‘pay and display’ basis in Car Park 2 (cnr Princess and Goldsworthy Roads) and is charged at $3.00 per day, from 8am-5pm Monday to Friday.
Tea and coffee facilities are available for students to enjoy. Please note that, unless otherwise stated in the course description, students are asked to bring their own lunch to enjoy on the grounds of UWA Claremont, or can visit one of the nearby cafes.
|16 Oct 2012||6pm - 8pm (UTC+08:00)||Rose Garden - UWA Claremont|