🥙 WEEK 9: lamb pita arayes
With your checklist you can get ahead of the your schedule by buying the required equipment and ingredients for the course. We recommend you spend hard and get some good quality pots and pans especially non-stick because everyone hates a sticky pan!
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With your checklist you can get ahead of the your schedule by buying the required equipment and ingredients for the course. We suggest you spend hard and get some good quality pots and pans especially non-stick because everyone hates a sticky pan!
👋 Module Introduction
📕 Lessons For The Week
Recipe Development - Venison Loin, Beetroot and Gin
Smoking At Home
Bread Making
Sustainability
With your checklist you can get ahead of the your schedule by buying the required equipment and ingredients for the course. We recommend you spend hard and get some good quality pots and pans especially non-stick because everyone hates a sticky pan!
Ingredients Introduction - Venison Loin, Beetroot and Gin
Smoking At Home
Bread Making
Sustainability
With your checklist you can get ahead of the your schedule by buying the required equipment and ingredients for the course. We recommend you spend hard and get some good quality pots and pans especially non-stick because everyone hates a sticky pan!
Hands On Learning - Venison Loin, Beetroot and Gin
Smoking At Home
Bread Making
Sustainability
With your checklist you can get ahead of the your schedule by buying the required equipment and ingredients for the course. We recommend you spend hard and get some good quality pots and pans especially non-stick because everyone hates a sticky pan!
📖 Further Reading
With your checklist you can get ahead of the your schedule by buying the required equipment and ingredients for the course. We recommend you spend hard and get some good quality pots and pans especially non-stick because everyone hates a sticky pan!
Sustainable Irish Cuisine - The humble roots of the new Irish Kitchen
Irish food producers are embracing the diversity and seasonality of what they can grow on their doorstep for a more sustainable Irish cuisine.