Explore the art of Pugliese cooking, the latest trends in Café Food, and the burgeoning world of neurogastronomy. The William Angliss Institute this October showcases sessions on ‘Café Food’ and Taste of Puglia- Il Primo as well as CRAVE Festival events Taste 101 and Eat Your Words writing workshop.
There’s a lot to see, learn and experience over the month of October and it kicks off with Che Vogler’s introduction to the art of Café Food. In two sessions from 10am- 4pm on September 29th and October 6th, Melbourne café food expert Che Vogler will teach attendees the current trends in café management and café food choices.
Delight in the creation of fresh pasta in Taste of Puglia- Il Primo. Sabino Matera’s knowledge of hand-made pasta, Pugliese style, will impress and a glass of Pugliese wine to accompany your own pasta creation is a treat not to be missed. The 6pm- 9pm session is held on October 10th.
Wine writer Max Allen and food writer Richard Cornish delve into neurogastronomy in the CRAVE Festival event Taste 101. Enjoy superb food and wine as you learn how the power of the human brain and its memories combine the senses to produce flavour. Sessions will be held on the 23rd and 24th October, 6:30pm to 9:30pm.
Eat Your Words, a special CRAVE Festival writing workshop, is the perfect way to enhance your skills as a food writer. Taught by food writer and journalist, Helen Greenwood, the event is designed for anyone writing about food as well as the food and wine industry and is scheduled for 9:30am to1:30pm, October 27th.
For more information about the range of short-courses offered at the William Angliss Institute Industry Training Centre, Sydney, visit http://shortcourses.angliss.edu.au or phone 02 9125 5100.