|Plätze||min. 6 / max. 6 nur noch wenig Plätze frei|
|Entgelt||37,40 EUR including 12 EUR for cooking ingredients. 33,26 EUR (ermäßigt)|
VHS, Mülheimer Platz 1, Raum 2.11 (Lehrküche)
|Downloads||Lageplan: Haus der Bildung|
Sicilian cuisine reflects the varied history of this island and therefore stands out from the normal Italian cooking. The wide use of aubergines/eggplants bears witness to the Turkish Empire while the taste for sugar, spices and almonds was established during the Saracen reign and then developed at the opulent Norman court of Frederick II. The Spanish then introduced chocolate and tomatoes, the first often used in savory recipes, while the French expanded the cooking skills. In this class we will explore this rich landscape with 4 simple and tasty dishes that will enrich your everyday meals. We cook in the new teaching kitchen with modern induction hobs. Please bring a few plastic boxes for possible leftovers and something to drink. The costs for ingredients of 12 EUR are already included in the fee! This course is suitable for anyone with an A2-B1 level in English.
Location plan: https://www.vhs-bonn.de/cms/media/download/585/lageplan-vhs-bonn-im-haus-der-bildung.pdf
IMPORTANT (!) to combat the Corona pandemic:
For cooking classes, it can be stated that infection via food is currently unknown.
In principle, cooking courses can take place. When cooking, we recommend wearing a mouth and nose protector and disposable gloves. Disposable gloves are provided by the VHS Bonn. Wearing gloves does not replace thorough mobile phone hygiene. For eating together, a minimum distance of 1.5 metres is observed.