We’re really excited to bring to you our first cooking weekend at Forest Haven. This will be a fun and casual weekend designed to make you more confident cooking without dairy and eggs.
The weekend is perfect for non vegans or vegans wanting to learn more skills in the kitchen and will feature a number of dairy free cheeses, desserts and savoury dishes.
Our first weekend will run from 19-21 June 2015 and will feature a cooking day with David Nightingale, vegan firefighter and cooking blogger (A Fist Full of Hummus) joining us to show you how to make some delicious dairy free cheeses and dessert.
Spaces are limited so email us now (email@example.com) for more info and to book.
Arrive Friday 19 June from 2pm onwards and enjoy afternoon tea, take time settle in, walk around property and meet other participants. In the evening we will have a group dinner with dessert and drinks included.
8-9.30am for breakfast
11am vegan dairy cooking class with David: learn to make 3 different types of cheeses, plus a cheesecake and vegan butter (you’ll even get to take away your own jar of feta and butter)
1pm lunch – eat the delicious cheeses!
2pm continuation of class until 4pm
4pm-6.30pm free time
6.30pm dinner and dessert
11am cooking without eggs class with Jo: learn how to use a variety of ingredients in your cooking/baking to replace eggs: cakes, scramble, omelettes and meringues
1pm lunch and wrap up chat/discussion
Accommodation and pricing:
Prices include all accommodation, meals, drinks and cooking classes
Gumnut Cottage: stand alone cabin, sleeps 2 people (queen bed). Price: $450 per person for 2 people sharing (earlybird price $400 if booked by 29 May)
Forest Rooms: private area in house, sleeps 4 people (queen bed and fold out double). Price $450 per person for 2 people sharing / $350 for 4 people sharing (earlybird price $400 / $300 if booked by 29 May)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings and enquiries