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Rhythm in the Kitchen with Wanitha Tanasingham and Janet Swain

WHEN: April 18, 2020

WHERE: Brunswick Heads

COST: AUD $220 early bird or $250 from April 1st

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Cooking workshop with Malay/Indian chef Wanitha Tanasingham 

"We're going to learn the way I was taught, which is to use a knife like a chef and understand the ingredients, to get to know them. Once you get the flow going, cooking becomes a dance" - Wanitha Tanasingham
Wanitha was born to cook! Her father was the Head Chef for the Kedah Royal Family in Malaysia. Some of her earliest memories are of being propped up on a stool, learning the difference between sour, bitter, salty and sweet!

Growing up in Penang, Wanitha then moved to Australia in 1982, started a restaurant and founded a cooking school.

“ Wanitha’s food is as exciting as her personality. Her food is a reminder of how food should taste ... warm, containing friendship, giving and joy. Her friendship and love of food brings a touch of fire. ”Margaret Fulton

 

There's always this beat in the kitchen and when you feel that you actually get great food coming out. This is why music and food are constantly hand in hand, mindfulness is present when you're cooking because all the senses that are looking outwardly throughout the whole day will come only to use those takes ordinary to soul embracing

and Big Sing director Janet Swain

 

Wanitha Tanasingam was born to cook! Her father was the Head Chef for the Kedah Royal Family in Malaysia. Some of her earliest memories are of being propped up on a stool, learning the difference between sour, bitter, salty and sweet!
Growing up in Penang, Wanitha then moved to Australia in 1982, started a restaurant and founded a cooking school.
Her passion and enthusiasm for food and cooking soon saw her appearing at public events, leading to invitations to appear on morning television and cable TV as a regular Asian chef.
Malaysian Cuisine is rich in heritage and heavily influenced by its surrounding countries like India, China and Thailand. Curries are eaten every day by most Malays and are wonderfully aromatic and flavoursome.
Join Wanitha Tanasingan for this class where she will share some of these beautiful winter warming recipes from her homeland country.

Janet Swain - Big Sing

“Janet’s joyfulness is contagious! Singing in a circle, the body exercises, the expression takes you out of yourself so that you become more courageous, singing can do that and Janet shows us how. She has all these techniques at her fingertips. A skilled and beautiful teacher.”
Menu
Malay Fish Curry- Indian influenced with curry leaf, tamarind and chilli
Lemak – fragrant coconut based curry with prawns and tofu
Ayam Goreng – fried Malaysian style chicken
Aromatic rice with pandan leaf
Sambal Belcan- Malaysian chilli condiment

 

 

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