Winter Wellness with Rachel De Thample

AUD $595.00
  • Duration: 7 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: New Norfolk, Tasmania

led by Rachel De Thample

Next Class:  Saturday 24 August 2024 

Cost: AU$595.00 per person / Duration: 9.00am to 4.00pm / Guests per class: 12

Location:  The Agrarian Kitchen, 11A The Avenue, New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia

Inclusions:  Garden tour / Hands-on cooking experience / Lunch matched with non-alcoholic beverages from the Winter Wellness book  / Recipes


Discover the Healing Power of Food

Join us for a transformative cooking class led by renowned author and River Cottage regular, Rachel De Thample.

Unlock the secrets of Food as Medicine and learn how to create delicious dishes that not only tantalize your taste buds but also supercharge your immune and digestive systems.

Dive into the world of gut health with Rachel's expert guidance. Drawing from her own personal journey, she'll share invaluable insights to help you embark on your own path to wellness.

Harness the vibrant flavors of nutrient-rich vegetables sourced straight from The Agrarian Kitchen's lush one-acre walled garden.

Blend seamlessly with our microbe-forward diet philosophy as we explore the incredible potential of natural ingredients.

Immerse yourself in a hands-on experience that nourishes both body and soul. From foraging to feasting, this class promises to be a journey like no other.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to elevate your cooking skills and revitalize your health. Reserve your spot now and embark on a culinary adventure with us.


RACHEL DE THAMPLE is an award-winning author who has worked in food, health and sustainability for more than 20 years. She teaches fermentation and seasonal nutrition courses at River Cottage in Devon, as well as Petersham Nurseries and the Plant Academy in London. She served as Course Director of the College of Naturopathic Medicine’s Natural Chef diploma course in London, was the Head of Food for British organic retailer Abel & Cole and Commissioning Editor of Waitrose Food Illustrated magazine. She’s written six books including Tonics & Teas and the River Cottage Fermentation Handbook, which won a Guild of Food Writer’s Award and her latest book Winter Wellness is a finalist in the best cookbook category for Guild’s forthcoming awards ceremony. ‘It’s undoubtedly a remarkable addition to the world of cookbooks,’ according to René Redzepi, chef and co-owner of noma. Rachel has also studied sustainable food systems at University College London and was instrumental in setting up the award-winning Crystal Palace Food Market. She’s a contributor to The Simple Things magazine.