Learn some fantastic insider tips and kitchen skills to create masterful dumplings and delicious sauces.
Where: Flinders, Mornington Peninsula
From gyoza to wontons and onto a variety of buns learn the ancient art of dumpling making, from folding techniques to the perfect Asian inspired fillings. Then dial the flavour up with a variety of paired dipping sauces that will have you salivating for days!
The fruits of your labour
This varies from class to class, however a minimum is 2 courses (eaten on site) along with supplied beverages. Additional courses or food may be prepared and no additional charges will be incurred for this. All recipes will be provided in a pack for participants to take home.
The kit required
A positive attitude and some taste buds!
Our café & cookery school is named after the legendary sailor, George Bass (or Georgie to us). Over 200 years ago, Georgie explored the nearby coastline with his good friend, Matthew Flinders. They wanted to prove that Tasmania was indeed an island. Turns out they were right.
Just like Georgie, we’ve been sailing on our own adventure for a little while now. The quest? To put tasty, clean eating squarely on the Mornington Peninsula map.
We’re doing that by keeping it fresh, local and seasonal. Working with the best regional farmers, dairies, orchards and wineries to help us plate up simple, delicious food. Because just like Georgie, we all have a special love for Flinders.
A series of cooking classes allow everyone to replicate the Georgie Bass experience at home. These hands-on lessons are led by our industry-leading chefs and cooked with premium Miele equipment.
Like us, Miele loves local. They have formed a very special partnership with us and kindly sponsored the Georgie Bass cookery with an incredible range of their superior appliances.