Citrus in the City

Cost

$220.00

Hourly Schedule

Tickets

10am - 1pm
12th June
10:30am - 1:30pm
18th June
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Class Description:

Whether you have a glut of citrus in your backyard or want to take advantage of all the cheap citrus at the markets, this class will show you how to preserve winter’s abundance of oranges, lemons, grapefruit, limes and cumquats. Covering a range of savoury and sweet preserves and techniques. Learn how to incorporate preserves into your everyday cooking.

Alex will also cover all her clever citrus peel waste hacks to make sure you get the most from every piece of citrus.

You’ll know why we say “when winter gives you lemons, make everything!”. 

What do you make?

Preserved lemons

Cornersmith’s original Mandarin jam, and clever mandarin peel spice rub

Spiced pickled cumquats 

Other Information:

At the end of the class you’ll enjoy a Cornersmith spread.

3 hours


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Alex Elliott-Howery

Teacher

Alex Elliott-Howery

Location

The Mint, Sydney Living Museum
10 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000

WORKSHOP FAQS

Where are the workshops held?
Cornersmith Cooking School will be running its cooking classes from Carriageworks until 18th April. Our May and June schedule will be held at The Mint, Sydney Living Museum (10 Macquarie Street, Sydney) on the second floor of this incredible historic building.

 

Parking and public transportation:

 The Mint is located next to Hyde Park Barracks Museum, at the southern end of Macquarie Street. 

There is no public parking at the Mint. The Domain parking station is our closest parking station and is a 10-minute walk from The Mint. Enter from St Marys Road.

 

Limited meter parking is available in the streets around the Royal Botanic Gardens and Hyde Park.

The Domain parking station also offers a special discount to The Mint visitors who pre-book a parking spot online. See their website for details. 

 

The Mint is a 5 minute walk from St James station (City Circle line) or a 10 minute walk from Martin Place station (Eastern Suburbs line). For up to date timetables or to find the quickest transport route, visit the Transport Infoline or call 131 500.

Please note that unfortunately there is no wheelchair access.

 
 

What to wear:

The only requirement is to wear closed toe flat shoes. We will provide aprons. 

What to expect in a Cornersmith workshop:
All our workshops are relaxed with a focus on home cooking skills. The space at Carriageworks can accommodate social distancing requirements without losing any of the warmth and fun that make our workshops so special. You will leave with the knowledge and confidence to continue your cooking adventures at home. 

Dietary requirements for refreshment
You will be provided with refreshments and a light snack during the workshop. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when making your booking, and we will do our best to accommodate (some workshops cannot be altered, please check specific workshop description). Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate dietary requirements with less than 48 hours’ notice.

Cancellation policy
To comply with COVID-19 regulations, please inform us BEFORE coming to a class if you have any flu-like symptoms so we can arrange an alternative date for your booking. Otherwise, we have a strict 14-day cancellation/transfer policy. Workshop bookings are non-refundable, but you are welcome to send someone in your place. Please ensure that you have read our cancelation policy. Click here to read more.

Group bookings
We take private group bookings for 8 or more people. Please get in contact via [email protected] for more information on our private workshop packages.

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