Discover the delicious meals that can be prepared using natural ingredients
The course is taught by a professional chef
Meals are cooked in a traditional ground oven over a campfire
Sample the meals you create
Prepare for a cooking class with a difference. Nature provides the freshest ingredients, and with this course you'll learn how to rustle up mouth-watering dishes in the wild. A professional chef teaches how to cook with fur, feather, and fin all of which have been caught in the local area. Using some techniques that are generations old the basics of seam butchery, using just a knife, are taught. Cook delicious meals on an open campfire with a ground oven and a traditional hangie pit, which has its roots in New Zealand. After the cooking is done, sample delicacies with an accompaniment of bread straight from the ground oven. Refreshments and all ingredients are provided on the day.
At least one weekday and weekend per month throughout the year.
Minimum age is 14. Some disabilities can be catered for; please check before booking.
This experience starts at 9.30am finishes at 4pm.
Numbers on the Day
Share the experience with up to 16 others, plus an expert instructor.
Activities are conducted outdoors. We recommend wearing old or inexpensive clothes, wellies, old trainers and waterproofs. Sensible footwear is necessary as the ground is sometimes uneven. In hot weather, sun cream, sunglasses and sun hats are advisable.