Flamenco Fusion Evening with Alma Flamenca. 1 March 2019 at 6:30pm. R350 per person. 3 course, Spanish style meal. 241 Old Howick Road, Hilton. Cash bar available. Bring your dancing shoes & learn a flamenco dance at the end of the evening.
Weber Friday Demonstration will be confirmed as soon as proof of payment has been received and 15 guests have confirmed. A week’s notice is required for cancellations or for the changing of the number of delegates or students for events. No-shows or late cancellations will be charged the full rate. Date changes of confirmed bookings will be accommodated if possible, however no refunds will be considered.
At the first FOOD XX Symposium and Awards: Womxn in Food, Jackie Cameron impressed the judges of the category entitled: teachers and mentors dedicated to sharing knowledge and encouraging future innovators - and came away with another award to enhance her already substantial collection.
● EAT - A three course Br.unch: Seasonal, Menu changes every month, with options at each course and all dietaries catered for ● EXPERIENCE - Silver service and a new-age approach to all day Br.unch with style and stunning view over Worlds View ● EDUCATE - Sustainable suppliers, local produce and ‘Bring a Chef into your kitchen’ with the Culinary Outlet
A Friday of the months below sees our popular Weber Grill Academy. If you think it can’t be done on a Weber we’ll show you it can… Demonstrations are by award-winning chef and business owner, Jackie Cameron. You will have the opportunity to taste the results, and recipes will be supplied. All fish used at the school is Sassi green-listed.
If you think microgreens are merely a garnish on your plate, think again. These tiny sprouts pack a powerful nutrient punch and should be included in your meals. Our diet requires an adequate amount of macro-nutrients (those needed in large amounts), micro-nutrients (those needed in smaller amounts), and of course food which contains antioxidants and phytonutrients, as these are important to keep your immune system strong.
Born and raised in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, Nkululeko Mlotshwa recognised his passion for food while employed as a general worker in the hospitality industry. That was in 2011. Fast forward seven years, and today Nkululeko is living out his dream studying at the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine, thanks to a Woolworths TASTE Eat Out Bursary.
From January 14th, we are taking on our new Students for the Internationally Recognized Culinary course which offers 100% job placement upon completion. Matrics enrol now! Before the craziness of 2019 and your final year at school. The next intake of students will be January 2020. To learn more about the extensive 18-month course email Jackie now!
We recently attended a gathering of Chaîne des Rôtisseurs at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Umhlanga. Hosted by Philip Mostert, the Bailli Délégué (national president), it was an enlightening evening where members celebrated, not only their final gathering of last year.
So lovely having “The Secret Diner”, thank you for your kind words. Your words about my students and “we’re in for some great chefs in the future.” These mean more to me then any award. So so appreciated.
Thank you so very much for yesterday. Our Year End Function could not have been more PERFECT!! The food was BEAUTIFUL and DELICIOUS, the service was AMAZING and your suggestion to have drink in the garden is just what we needed.
Anna Trapido, what an honour and a pleasure to welcome you to my school, thank you for your continuous support and encouragement. This truly does mean the world to me. You were hugely instrumental in getting my name out there all those years ago and I feel so proud that you have been to experience Chef Kate’s BR.UNCH restaurant, here at my school.
“We drove to Hilton which is where you find the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine. We spent the night in a lovely little room behind Jackie Cameron’s school – it was like a magic room in the Hobbit – up a windy staircase with ivy so you felt like you were going into a secret kingdom.”
Nkululeko Bryan Mlotshwa, the 2017 bursary winner, is an inspiration and I cannot wait to see how well he does in the industry. I thank TASTE for bringing him into my life and my school. He has made so many delicious things – from artisanal bread to cake icing, and gives his all to everything he does.
Born and raised in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, Nkululeko Mlotshwa recognised his interest in food while employed as a general worker in the hospitality industry. That was in 2011. He gained experience in several KwaZulu-Natal restaurants, and in 2016 he relocated to Pretoria with the aim of building on the knowledge he had already gleaned.
It feels only a short while ago that I announced the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine students’ pop-up B.RUNCH concept. If you have missed this experience, pop in over the weekend because it will be our last for the year. This month I’m introducing Michelle Engelbrecht – an unabashed chocoholic.