mktpadua2Spring Farmer’s Market – Thursday 20th March , 09:30 – 13:30

Spring brings an appetite for fresh, bright, vegetable-rich food. This workshop will sparkle with colours and flavours fresh from the farmer’s market: starters, side dishes, main courses and flatbreads. [Includes an optional visit to Saint Louis Saturday morning market to see, select and buy seasonal produce]  FULLY BOOKED

IMG_5315-1Modern French Bistro, Thursday 8th May, 09:30 – 13:30

Are you hankering after the kind of bistro food that’s always been a cornerstone of French cuisine but which seems to have gone AWOL? We’ll revisit and update some fast French bistro favourites: warm salads, fish, steak/duck breast, gratins and classic French desserts. ONE PLACE LEFT- if you’re interested, mail me on


chiles rellenosA Spicy Summer Feast, Thursday 5th June, 09:30 – 13:30

When summer comes, the living – not to mention cooking and eating – should be easy. This workshop will feature a selection of simple, lightly spicy summer specialities with distinct Mexican and Asian accents. 3 PLACES LEFT, mail me on

All workshops cost CHF110 or €90, which covers your printed recipe booklet and full lunch menu with wines to match our chosen food.

Looking forward to seeing lots of you again for some fun mornings together!

And PS: don’t forget, you can always put together your own group and choose your own theme and date for a workshop. Contact me with your ideas and requests.

12 thoughts on “Workshops

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    • Hi Kathleen – can do you gift certificates, no problem – am out of town now till after the Ascension w/e. If it’s not immediately urgent (eg. for a birthday or special occasion) I’ll get back in touch week of 13 May. I can make certificates for a weekday workshop (CHF110) or for a weekend (CHF130) with no date specified, so the person can use them when it suits.


  2. Hello Sue,
    I was wondering if you do gift certificates and how I could get them?

    Thanks, Kathleen

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  4. Hello Sue, I have heard of your activities in Alsace and enjoy your blog. I founded the French Wine Society in the US and now run the association from Labaroche… near Colmar. Would love to get in touch. Julien

    • Hi Jo, good to hear from you – I think Philip already let you know that it’s Wednesday, not Tuesday. Hope this suits you, and looking fwd to meeting you next week if so

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