After the success of the first 2 paleo cooking classes, I have set some new dates for some more classes, including 2 new classes: Paleo Treats & Snacks and Paleo Basics. If you know someone who might be interested, feel free to share the information.
For the details on all the upcoming classes, click here.
Dates for next classes:
- Friday 5 September 2014, 9.30am – 12.30pm: Paleo Basics
- Tuesday 9 September 2014, 9.30am to 12.30pm: Paleo treats & snacks
- Saturday 20 September 2014, 4pm – 8pm: Paleo Dinner Party #1
- Friday 10 October 2014, 10am to 2pm: Paleo Lunch Feast # 1
The classes are a lot of fun & very casual. Love you to join us and raise some money for charity too.
As many of you know I had to cancel the previously planned cooking class back in May as we had to have our kitchen floorboards replaced after a leaking water filter tap.
Finally I have rescheduled the class and decided to offer 2 dates to allow for smaller classes (capped at 10) and a few more to be able to come. The idea is still the same – to have some fun cooking and eating and to raise some money for Daughters of Cambodia who work with women who are victims of sex trafficking in Cambodia.
If you are in Brisbane and can come along, please contact me via email, firstname.lastname@example.org to book in.
I am so excited to announce the first whatannabelcooks cooking class! It’s amazing how things can just ‘come together’. A few days ago I asked for requests for blog post ideas and in amongst requests for sweet treats, lamb shanks, salads and dressings, came one for a cooking class. I then combined that idea with my desire to find ways to help women caught up in the sex-trafficking industry. “Girls cooking for girls” was born.
I’m hoping that these classes will become a regular event, I already have ideas for several other themes, including what I think will be the next one, Paleo Treats Morning Tea. I may well mix up which charity the money goes to, but the idea is that a bunch of girls get together, do some cooking, eating (and lots of chatting, sharing ideas etc) and raise awareness, money and take action to help other girls around the world far less fortunate than ourselves. Aside from the costs of the food, the rest will all go to the nominated charity.
I am intending to have homemade goods available for pre-sale and sale at the class, so if you have requests, get in early and let me know!
This has the potential to be a whole lot of fun doing a whole lot of good, so I’d love your support, ideas, feedback etc. I know many of you live in far off places and so won’t be able to come to the classes in Brisbane, but maybe it might inspire you to share some love in your community 😉
Whilst I have a large kitchen (yes the idea is to do it in my home), the numbers will have to be limited, so get in quick with your registration. If it fills up quickly that will just inspire me to find new dates for more classes.
Let’s have some fun and share some love.