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Culture : Virtual Cooking Classes

What’s the next best thing to dining out at one of our resort restaurants or beach clubs? Learning to cook with a Michelin-starred chef within the sanctuary of your own home of course! Chefs from all over the world launched online virtual cooking classes during quarantine. Here’s our pick of five of the best…


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JAMIE OLIVER

UK’s celebrity Jamie Oliver was quick to pivot and offer his own quarantined cooking show that is broadcasting on Britain’s Channel 4. Learn how to make your own pasta from scratch, delicious desserts, vegan meals and healthy cuisine.   As well, he is streaming daily live videos on Facebook.

Jamie Oliver


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THE CHEF & THE DISH

Date night? Girls Night? Pizza Night? The Chef & The Dish have launched online skype-based cooking classes hosted by chefs from all around the world including Japan, Italy, Brazil, Spain and Vietnam. Book your private online cooking class here…

The Chef & The Dish


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MICHELIN MASTERCLASSES

UK’s celebrity Jamie Oliver was quick to pivot and offer his own quarantined cooking show that is broadcasting on Britain’s Channel 4. Learn how to make your own pasta from scratch, delicious desserts, vegan meals and healthy cuisine.   As well, he is streaming daily live videos on Facebook.

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@TheBoyWhoBakes

SOURDOUGH MASTERCLASS

Hands up who hasn’t been baking during quarantine? With baking powder sold out in stores for weeks during Covid, it seems like everyone and anyone and everyone has been wearing their bakers hat. Still, we can’t think of a better time than to learn how to make your own sourdough starter for homemade breads moving forward. Great British Bake Off winner, Edd Kimber, shares how to make a sourdough starter on his @TheBoyWhoBakes profile.

The Boy Who Bakes


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@maggie_beer

MAGGIE BEER

Australia’s Maggie Beer has also been hosting cooking classes live from her Barossa kitchen (pumpkin and oat risotto anyone)?. In her nightly #cookwithmaggie programme, Maggie demonstrates viewers how to make easy and affordable dishes using equally easy and affordable ingredients from the pantry.. Thus far, she’s made chicken brodo, pumpkin and oat risotto, and tomato and bread salad. Find out more at instagram.com/maggie_beer

Maggie Beer

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