Electrolux Brings Cooking To The Fremantle Markets
Electrolux is proud to announce its new partnership with the historic Fremantle Markets, with the launch of the new Electrolux at Fremantle Markets Cooking School.
Located in The Yard, the newly refurbished food section at The Fremantle Markets, the cooking school offers a range of simple, modern and fun classes that showcase the variety of quality, seasonal, local and organic produce available from the markets.
The new school is proudly owned and operated by Alison Clarke, Editor of one of Australia’s premier food magazines, Cravings. The collaboration between Alison, Electrolux and The Fremantle Markets will give locals the chance to learn from some of Western Australia’s finest cooking talent including Paul Macnish and other guest chefs.
The newly built kitchen at the cooking school will showcase the best of Electrolux kitchen appliances, including induction cook tops and other products from the popular Electrolux E:Line collection, providing participants with the very latest in cooking technology.
An extensive repertoire of classes have been designed that would be suitable for any foodie. Classes include Explore and Create, where participants design recipes using produce sourced straight from the market stalls; Time For Thai, exploring the very aromatic world of modern Thai cookery; and Yes Chef!, a six week course teaching the fundamentals of great cookery skills such as julienne, brunoise, dice and mirepoix.
“Electrolux shares the same enthusiasm for fresh produce as Fremantle Markets and is thrilled to announce its partnership with such an inspiring and innovative cooking school. The newly built school will give leading chefs the chance to demonstrate their professional expertise to locals, using fresh produce and innovative Electrolux cooking appliances,” says John Brown, Managing Director, Electrolux Home Products.
The Markets’ food section – The Yard – has been extensively upgraded, and along with the new cooking school, now features a wide range of local produce, organic fruit and vegetables, freshly baked breads and pastries straight from the ovens, quality local cheeses, an Olive Oil Depot, Vinegar Depot, live seafood shop and butcher.
The Fremantle Markets has also opened The Kitchen Shed in The Yard. This shed is home to a great range of the latest cookbooks, unique and funky cooking utensils and regional products and produce.
Prices at the cooking school range from $40 to $110 per class. To book online or for more information about the classes, visit www.fremantlecookingschool.com.au