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Arguably one of the favourite classes due to the vibrancy of the dishes, this class explores the flavours and history of Middle Eastern food. This diverse region incorporates influences from Arab, Iranian, Israeli & Jewish, Kurdish and Turkish cuisines, and harmoniously blends ingredients such as olives, honey, sesame seeds, dales, sumac, chickpeas, mint and parsley.
In this class you will learn how to make the perfect hummus and gluten-free flatbreads to go with it, and create a delicious tagine in less than an hour.
"For me, feeding people is about sharing my passion and love for food. Being able to share my table is one of the best things I can experience and I hope, by spending time with me at Rilka's Kitchen, you will feel the same." ~ Rilka Warbanoff
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Cook, teacher, entrepreneur, author, radio personality –flamboyant foodie Rilka Warbanoff is all of these and more.
A force to be reckoned with on many fronts, Rilka’s first love has always been food. For her, preparing and sharing meals with friends and family is a joyful act, and since returning home to South Australia, Rilka has made her mark on the thriving Adelaide food scene.
Her book, Rilka’s Feasts, was published by HarperCollins in 2012, and she made a triumphant return to radio in 2014, pairing up with Leith Forrest on 5AA every Wednesday night. Ratings for the timeslot have doubled since Rilka became the ‘5AA Foodie’, with Adelaide listeners embracing her infectious enthusiasm and taking the show to the top of the ratings chart. Now also on Tuesday afternoons with Jeremy Cordeaux and Andrew Rimer on Sunday nights and 5MU on Thursday morning you can get a tip from Rilka anytime.
Rilka’s Kitchen offers creative lunch and dinner classes several times a week, or a special menu can be arranged for your own group. All classes focus on food that contains no gluten, wheat, yeast, preservatives or added sugars, while retaining flavour and fun.