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Dust Off Your Apron For This Virtual Cooking Class With An Iconic Brisbane Chef

By Tayla Harvey
6th Jul 2020

A plate with apple tart

If staying at home has taught us anything, it’s how much we love to cook (and eat). While we may be impressed with our small kitchen triumphs of banana cake and dalgona coffee, there’s truly no better time to test our culinary capabilities and hone in on those home-cooking skills than now. Here to help, Haven Newstead and Miele Australia have teamed up to bring us a live cooking demonstration from renowned chef Philip Johnson of E’cco Bistro fame, to provide you with all the tools you need to take your meals to the next level.

As part of Haven Newstead and Miele Australia’s new series of cooking masterclasses, Johnson will be hitting the kitchen on Tuesday 14 July at 6pm to be broadcasted to all the aspiring chefs at home. In the one-hour session, you’ll be virtually cooking alongside the celebrated chef to uncover the secrets of his famous recipes such as his ‘One Pan’ Chicken, bursting with flavour full of garlic, paprika, cherry tomato and lemon, as well as his delectable Fine Apple Tart recipe to follow.

Eager cooks can take part in the special event in one of two ways—by tuning in and following along for free via Haven Newstead’s Facebook page, or purchasing the ‘Gold Class Ticket’. This option saves you the trouble of sourcing ingredients yourself by providing you with all the produce you’ll need, to be picked up from Miele Australia at Haven Newstead. For just $40, each ingredient box is packed with enough to feed a table of six, so that you can host five of your besties for a dinner party, and wow them with your culinary skills.

What’s more, you’ll have exclusive access to a Zoom meeting with Philip Johnson himself as he walks you through the menu, opening the floor to ask as many questions as you like along the way. If you’re interested, purchase your Gold Class Ticket at the Miele website, or visit the event page on Facebook for more details. 

Want more cooking ideas? How about a Caramilk Banana Cake?

Image credit: Supplied 

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