Cooking Program for Men - By Peter Graben
Catering trends Fall 2013: Our Predictions

Peter Graben, pioneer of the boutique catering concept.

Catering and events trends come from all across the board; they're a strange amalgamation of what we see and hear in popular culture and what works for you.

Pie has been on the rise for a few years and it may currently be at its apex, embracing homemade flaky crusts with homespun flavours, minted lime, and lemon cheese, maple walnut blueberry granola & apple cheddar.

Pushing the boundaries of Sweet and Savory is truly taking a new form with treats like the lemon thyme donut turkey really is making a splash. When you try this you know it will be the Next Big Thing.

Farm to Table: An organic cheese and mushroom station with fresh herbs and multiple samples of local cheeses.

Intriguing, also alluring: a plantain dumpling in cilantro consommé, which is the Latin version of matzo ball soup.

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ManChef Cooking School

This hands-on course is all about knowing what goes into your meals and the beauty of building your food from the ground up. Essential classes offer a range of tutorials, from knife sharpening to kitchen fundamentals.

It's hands-on tuition at ManChef, whether you want to do a one-off $75.00 specialty lesson or sign up for a course. And you get to eat and take home what you make. The "ManChef" cooking programme makes the most of the colder months coming up and indulges in all things rich and hot.

Looking forward to cooking with you this fall. Sign up now!


Peter's Cooking Tips & Tricks

Cook with a 1:1 ratio
of butter and oil

Oil stops the butter from burning and the butter adds richness to the dish.

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