I enrolled for the new Marvellous Moroccan focus class, with the lovely Sara as our instructor. I was joined by four other spirited ladies who were sent by their employers; they were a hoot and added tremendously to my enjoyment of the course. Everyone knew their way around a kitchen – no rookies in our class! For maximum benefit and enjoyment, I would recommend having at least a basic working knowledge of cooking before you attend this particular course. Ready, Steady, Cook The menu of the day consisted of a whopping six dishes, so Sara was keen to start right away; she quickly assigned the first tasks to each one of us. When we were finished with our jobs, we all gathered around the stove to collaborate on the finished product – in our respective 1.5-metre-wide boxes, of course! The herb and lemon beef meatball tagine was the first masterpiece to take shape – yum! I would also thoroughly recommend trying this recipe with lamb. Moroccan!
BY KATE MARSDEN We put one of Expat Kitchen’s latest cooking courses to the test. E xpat Kitchen has been keeping tummies across Singapore satisfied and nourished for over a decade, offering a variety of courses each week for beginners and bona fide cooks alike. The cooking school is tucked away at the top of a shophouse in Little India (9 Norris Road, #02-01) – walking through the neighbourhood with all its wonderful colours and aromas certainly gears your imagination up a notch before getting to class! YouCan,
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