Whether you're looking to broaden your horizons on ideas for dinner or want to try something new, the Yuppiechef Cooking School will have the course for you! Here, you will learn to master popular recipes, various techniques and cooking styles from the comfort of your own home. All you need is an internet connection, smart device, ingredients and all your cooking utensils in the kitchen.
Professional chefs, such as Peter Goffe-Wood, Sarah Graham and Franck Dangereux, will take you through a series of video tutorials that'll have you cooking like a pro in no time. All Yuppiechef online cooking courses include:
Also, if you're not ready to commit to a course just yet, do a FREE course to see if it's something you'd enjoy or not! Click here to sign up for your FREE Art of Baking course on Yuppiechef.
Now let's get onto the courses we think you'll enjoy!
Become well-versed and educated in the world of craft beer! As we all know, South Africans love their beer, so why not get clued up on the fundamentals? With this course, you'll learn how to tell the difference between craft beer and regular beer; get insight into how beer is made with four key ingredients; brush up on beer history; learn how to classify beer; and master the perfect pour. There's many more aspects to cover in this course, so you'll have to enroll to find out more!
For something decadent, how about some mouthwatering chocolate creations to satisfy that sweet craving? Presented by LINDT Master Chocolatier, Dimo Simatos, learn all the tips, tricks and techniques you need to artfully create amazing chocolate truffles, decorations, delicious desserts and the legendary chocolate fondant. This course is an absolute treat, especially for chocoholics!
There's no better way to start your day than with a hearty breakfast! And if you're looking to learn how to cook up the perfect breakfast spread for yourself, your family, friends and guests, then you need to check out Yuppiechef's All Time Breakfast Favourites course. Presented by Peter Goffe-Wood, this course will take you on a journey into the savoury and sweet morning delights. You’ll master making Eggs Benedict, as well as chef quality frittatas, omelettes, waffles and moreish flapjacks.
You don't need to purchase a ticket and fly to France to experience French cuisine! You can make it in the comfort of your own kitchen. All you need to do is learn how to do French Classics with Yuppiechef. Presented by accomplished chef and restauranteur, Franck Dangereux, brush up on the history and secrets of various French recipes; unravel the mystique around classic French-style soups, sauces, potato dishes and desserts; and gain the confidence and skills required to create timeless classics including Steak Au Poivre, Soupe Au Pistou and Crème Brulée.
For more information about Yuppiechef and their Cooking School, visit www.yuppiechef.com.
You can also contact them on [email protected] or 0861 702 4969.
The pinnacle point of the Good Food Studio is all about cooking in delicious style. If you're into bettering yourself in the kitchen - or learning from scratch for that matter - then start with the best ingredients, sourced both locally and abroad, and then let the Good Food Studio help you cook and bake them in style—using SMEG appliances and the most cutting-edge cooking studio any foodie would want... oh so fancy, wouldn't you agree?
One of the most exciting and cutting edge attractions at the Good Food Studio (that's not their impressive collection of German chef knives), is their commitment to showcasing the best local and international chefs, who will share their unique flair, skill, and passion for cooking with you. The Good Food Studio will bring you the latest cookbook launches and give you a chance to meet the authors, and hold special classes with the chefs so that they can share their knowledge and wisdom. But of course the Good food Studio has a standard curriculum as well as other classes that change according to what’s hot in the food world right now.
When you arrive in the Good Food Studio, you’ll be greeted warmly by their well trained and caring receptionist, Annelise and have a chance to order a coffee or other refreshing drink from their stocked bar and browse through the library of baking, frying, braaing, and baking books. The auditorium is used for demonstrations by guest and celebrity chefs or can be used as a boardroom area for training before moving on to one of the Good Food Studio's modern, beautifully fitted kitchens for a hands-on cooking class. A smaller kitchen that hosts between 8 and 16 guests for more intimate, specialized classes and a larger kitchen that can host up to 24 guests for a more relaxed, fun filled experience.
The Pick ' Pay Good Food Studio formal dining area overlooks the river from a balcony and can seat up to 24 people. It can be screened off to create a private area and is ideal for book clubs, tea parties, food shoots, directors’ lunches or any other occasion where good food and style meet.
Address: Pick n Pay on Nicol, Cnr Republic & William Nicol, Sandton
By Shawn Greyling