In this week's edition of 5MU Does Food it's all about great cooking epxeriences you can get for the hard to buy for person in your life!
Love to get down and dirty in the kitchen? Then how about a Sticky Rice Cooking School adventure!
An Adelaide cooking school where you learn how to create restaurant quality dishes in hands-on cooking classes with Australia's masters of Asian, Spanish and Moroccan cuisine - wine and dine on the recipes.
A Sticky Rice gift voucher is the perfect gift for that budding chef in your life. Vouchers are valid for both the Award winning Accommodation in Stirling and cooking school.
If it's an education your after, Somerled in the Barossa has three great courses for either the artist, cook or coffee lover in your life.
For the artist...you start at Somerled, where you're introduced you to their Sparkling before you're sent across the road to The Paint Box – wine in hand! Get stuck right into a brilliant charcoal art class, inspired by local heroes – the Heysens!
Then return to Somerled for hearty Spanish platters, lively chatter and a hosted tour through the stunning stable of wines. You'll finish with Rob’s masterpiece, the Somerled Shiraz. Perfect team-building, beautiful wines and bags of fascinating take-home facts!
There's also a cooking option where you head to Rilka's kitchen where Rilka herself will greet you at the door. You'll learn how to make the world’s most beautiful parmesan choux pastries – which are, unbelievably, gluten free and a perfect CHRISTMAS canape.
And for the coffee aficionado, you're taken to Caffiend Coffee Company. As well as being the best little coffee hub in the village, Caffiend takes guests through detailed ‘coffee cupping’ classes where will discover the extraordinary world behind good coffee, origins, flavour, aftertaste, body and texture by sniffing, slurping and tasting under expert guidance.
And if you'r after a little something extra to pop under the tree, Adelaide Hills Distillery have a new Negroni pack just in time for Chrissy, featuring their amazing 78 Degrees gin.