A plant based table with Nora from Let Prove

$159.00

Like good bread, life is sweeter when given time. Let Prove wholeheartedly believe that taking the time to create honest food is the most moving and rewarding act of kindness to yourself and when shared with others. Join Nora from Let Prove and share in an afternoon of cooking and conversation.

Nora will demonstrate her favourite plant-based meals and cover topics such as cupboard essentials, creating a varied menu of share-plates and simple accompaniments using local and seasonal produce.

Nora uses seasonal produce so the workshop menu will change depending on the date of your booking, but you can think grilled veggies, creamy nut-free accompaniments, quick and easy flatbreads from scratch, crunchy herby salads plus some simple but popular desserts that finish off an evening to perfection.

This is an intimate, seminar style class with some participant involvement, rather than a traditional cooking class. The workshop ends in a long table lunch celebrating the new recipes you have in your arsenal. Yum!

This class is for food lovers, anyone who's unsure what to cook for their plant-based guests, and those who have been wanting to transition to a more plant-forward diet. Perfect for those just starting out or looking to build on their plant-based culinary skills.

You'll also get to take home your own riso printed recipe notebook made by Nora in her other business Neighbourhood Press!

All tools, materials and a wholesome lunch will be provided. Please let us know about any food allergies or requirements when you book.

About Let Prove

Let Prove is a side project by Scott and Nora, life partners at home and business at Neighbourhood Press. Let Prove is a space they’ve created for their passion for food, aiming to share recipes and stories that inspire, foster community and whet your appetite for conversation.

Their love of food began when they became a pair. When sharing food they discussed their experiences, memories from childhood and each conversation was accompanied by sated sounds of content tummies.

Over the dinner table they reached an undeniable truth; that we can all make choices when it comes to food. Scott and Nora chose from this moment to live more intently, trying to understand wisdom from the past and how to lovingly prepare a meal for the collective health and happiness of our world - a vegetarian one. Now they'd like to share that with others!

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 8 attendees in order to run. All workshop ticket sales are final. If you are unable to attend your class due to illness or need to isolate, please provide as much notice as possible. We can move you to another class date or issue a credit voucher. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Images by Rae Fallon

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