Baking for the gluten-challenged, with a dessert focus.
Who's here? Perhaps it’s the Cheltenham location, or Tony Chiodo’s beautiful home kitchen setup with scented candles, but it’s a hot mamma class here.
You start off with some basic theory on how gluten (and gluten-free alternatives) work. Most of the evening is presentation cooking by Chiodo, although there is the opportunity to assist him in making the spinach and fetta quiche, pizza, pumpkin bread, coffee cake and biscotti.
The trimmings We dig that there’s a cold beer or sparkling wine waiting for you when walk in the door.
Seconds? Yes. Despite several dishes being crumbly, they taste good. Chiodo basically teaches you to take liberties with recipes – an invaluable kitchen skill.