Let’s Cook Greek Workshops

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Let’s Cook Greek Workshops

To celebrate the culinary tastes of Greece the Greek Festival of Sydney has dedicated a section of the cultural program to food. In addition to special events hosted by some of Sydney’s favourite Greek restaurants, where you are privy to some of the most delectable Greek dishes that Greece has to offer, you also have the opportunity to learn to cook some of Greece’s favourite dishes.    

Let’s Cook Greek founded by two home cooks who over many years have been learning the authentic way of cooking traditional Greek dishes as taught to them by their mothers and grandmothers are conducting workshops to let you in on the secret to a great Greek home cooked meal.  Toula Varipatis and Koula Tzannes have realised the importance of capturing these recipes and the techniques involved, and passing them on before they are lost forever.

“We see the need to capture those traditional Greek recipes as our mothers and grandmothers used to make, before they are lost out of our kitchens forever.  Our classes are a demonstration of how simple and fun Greek cooking can be” said Toula of their thinking behind the idea of devising the requirement of these workshops.

Upcoming workshops include a Men’s Greek BBQ cooking class on 14th April where you can learn to become the master of the BBQ with dishes like melt in your mouth slow cooked lamb and in an Easter Cooking class on the 20th April to prepare you for the most important culinary celebration on the Greek calendar.

All classes are in a demonstration style format with sampling of all dishes and surprise giveaways. Bookings for the Lets Cook Greek Workshops can be made via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone Toula: 0412 610 472 or Koula: 0419 432 600
Detailed course descriptions website www.letscookgreek.com.au and the Greek Festival of Sydney program and website www.greekfestivalofsydney.com.au

West Wind

AlhambraArabesquesquesThe 31st Greek Festival of Sydney in conjunction with Randwick City Council proudly presents

West Wind
A Musical Journey from Spain to Greece

Sail with us on the winds that brought music and song around Greece and the Western Mediterranean. Our program includes troubadour songs from France and Catalonia, with the Renaissance Players (Mara Kiek, Llew Kiek, Jehan Kanga, Andrew Lambkin, and their director Winsome Evans); Andalusian Arabic songs with Ghada and Friends; Cretan music with Andonis Petrandonakis and Angelo Goutzios; and dancers from the Cretan Association of Sydney and NSW.  Reader: Christine Kanellakis. Co-ordinator and narrator: Alfred Vincent.

Date event is on:         Sunday 14 April
Time:                 5pm
Venue:     The Prince Henry Centre, 2 Coast Hospital Road, Little Bay (turn off Anzac Parade at Pines Avenue)
Entry cost:             Free
Bookings essential :        (02 9750 0440 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Language Event is in :     English narration; English translation provided for songs


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