We were so disappointed in this half day so called cooking class. We spent most of the class watching and waiting to take our turn to chop or mix. There were far too many people to share just a few chopping boards or mortar & pestles and the situation wasn't helped by most of the other participants who were very rude and disrespectful of the teacher, the others in the group and generally the whole experience. very disappointing to see fellow Australians behave in that way, particularly media personalities.
The teacher was great and was so patient, but we came away from the experience without feeling confident we could reproduce the recipes at home.
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