Sydney Seafood School offers virtual cooking classes

Sydney Seafood School has launched a virtual cooking class experience for Sydneysiders.

Featuring a step-by-step instructional video and a kit of premium ingredients from the Sydney Fish Market, SSS@Home provides participants with the “fun and ease” of Sydney Seafood School cooking classes from the comfort of their homes.

“Although we have suspended face-to-face classes for the time being, we’re excited to continue inspiring Sydneysiders to get creative in the kitchen as they spend more time at home,” says Sydney Seafood School Manager Roberta Muir.

“Our expert team take customers through each step of the recipe in detail via easy to follow videos. We’re also fortunate to have a deep archive of recipes from Australian favourites such as Alessandro Pavoni, Paul Carmichael, Andy Evans and Dan Hong, which will feature from time to time.”

“Our SSS@Home pilot program has been underway for a few weeks and it’s been met with great response.

“People have ordered multiple kits for friends and families and hosted virtual dinner parties, while others are sending kits to family in isolation or surprising their special someone with a seafood date night. It’s been heart-warming to see, which is why we’re pleased to now be offering the opportunity more widely.

“We’ve worked very hard to mirror the unique experience of stepping into our kitchen as much as possible. This means no detail has been spared from our wealth of seafood tips and tricks to the inclusion of a sweet treat to round out the meal.”

How to order

To find out about each weekly kit, subscribe to the Sydney Seafood School newsletter. A “generous” two-person kit is priced at $45 and are limited.

Home delivery is available to customers in select suburbs (most suburbs within 15km driving distance of Sydney Fish Market).

Alternatively, kits can be collected from Sydney Fish Market and the following Harris Farm stores: Drummoyne, Wetherill Park, Bondi Beach, Potts Point, Lindfield, St Ives, Newcastle, Orange and Bowral.

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