The Agrarian Experience is a celebration of the seasons and is suitable for all - those who are qualified chefs, home cooks, those who do not usually cook or just for those who would like to experience our agrarian way of living.
The Vegetarian Experience is all about the celebration of vegetables. This class is run through the peak season for the garden to ensure there is an abundance of fruit and vegetables to cook with and is suitable for meat-eaters as well.
During this 2-day workshop we will cover water and milk kefir, miso, learn to make your own kick-arse hot sauce, nukazuke (a Japanese bran ferment), sauerkraut, vinegars and vegetable ferments, and more.
Many years ago we had the pleasure of hosting Canadian cheesemaker David Asher to teach his classes in natural cheesemaking at The Agrarian Kitchen. This back to the origins cheesemaking style resonated deeply with us.
This day is about exploring all the facets and earthy goodness of Tuber melansporum, The Black Truffle. The Derwent Valley is where the Australian truffle industry began, so where better to come and indulge in this culinary enigma.
An Agrarian Kitchen classic, spanning two days with butcher, Marcus Vermey and The Agrarian Kitchen’s Rodney Dunn, we begin with a whole carcass and learn the ins and outs of cutting and utilising a pig, from nose to tail.
It is our great honour to be able to host Peter Gilmore at The Agrarian Kitchen. Peter is an icon of the Australian food industry and well known for supporting and working directly with small producers.
The world of fungi is fascinating...and also delicious! Here at The Agrarian Kitchen we have embarked on our own journey of growing mushrooms for our kitchens with the help of Will Borowski of Forest Fungi.