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Burringbar says bonjour to French cooking class

French chef Elodie Attrazic will be sharing her experience at classes in Burringbar.
French chef Elodie Attrazic will be sharing her experience at classes in Burringbar. John Gass

OOO la la - A French-inspired high tea and cooking class is planned for Burringar Hall tomorrow.

French chef Elodie Attrazic will show you how to make a variety of traditional French patisseries.

"Students will make their own pastries and will have enough to take home," she said.

"We will also share a high tea at the end of the class with the pastries made on the day, Madura teas and bubbly."

Ms Attrazic is a qualified French chef who moved to Australia a few years ago and now lives in Kingscliff.

"I give cooking classes and do private chef-ing/catering," she said.

"I also host a weekly (radio) program ... on which I intend to showcase how rich and diverse culturally our region is through the medium of food."

Ms Attrazic will gain her material by meeting with locals around a recipe to hear their story and promote community and food related-events.

"Anyone is welcome to come on the show," she said.

"I'm passionate about food, arts, travels, community and cultural diversity."

She will also be cooking for the Tweed Foodie Fest (tweedfoodiefest.com.au)

On Friday, November 30, there will be a big dinner party.

"I'll have a stall selling some French delicacies," she said.

On Saturday December 1, for the cooking workshop day, Ms Attrazic will be doing another French high tea class at the Burringbar Hall at a cost of $50.

Bookings are essential.

To book, phone0459 485 008 or visit thefrenchcookup.blogspot.com.au.



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