Scoffed School of Food and Fun | St Morris | 2018 Classes

Scoffed Cooking School | 2018 Classes

Also known as the “school of food and fun”, Scoffed Cooking School is all about getting stuck in, having fun in the kitchen, making yummy food from scratch and learning new skills.

Scoffed run entertaining and social cooking classes and parties for adults and kids, a school holiday program and corporate events including cooking competitions. 

Scoffed’s regular adult cooking classes cater to ‘Virgin Foodies’ all the way through to gourmet cooks wanting to try out new cuisines and wines in ‘Scoffed and Quaffed’ classes. Their popular Wednesday night ‘Hump Day’ classes are a great way to add some oomph to your weeknight meals. 

Scoffed also offers a range of classes for kids aged 5 and above, teaching them recipes from around the world, whether they just want to have some fun or are aspiring to be the next Masterchef!

Below is some information about two new classes:

BBQ Guru Cooking School

In December 2017 Scoffed launched their BBQ Guru Cooking School, to help people take their BBQing skills to the next level.

You can now learn all about smoking, indirect vs direct cooking, different types of fuel, rubs and marinades, carving and trimming, and even which cuts of meat (and types of seafood) to choose.

The new three week courses and one-off classes kicked off on 1 February 2018. To find out more and view example menus please visit the Scoffed website here.

Scoff Something Wild Native Ingredient Classes

Find out why native ingredients are seen as the future of Australian cuisine in this new series of classes run in partnership with Adelaide Central Market’s Something Wild*.

Think barramundi seared in pepperleaf, kangaroo fillets rolled in roasted & ground wattleseed, native carrots with muntrie jus and karkalla, rosella flower pavlova and more!

Classes include hand picked local wines with every course, a $25 voucher to use at Something Wild, a special introduction from Something Wild on how ingredients are harvested and their traditional uses, and expert guidance from their head chef Lachlan Mackinnon (previously of Windy Point and Red Ochre).

Next classes: 14 April 2018 (as part of Tasting Australia) and 23 June 2018.

(*Something Wild has supplied indigenous produce to some of Australia’s top restaurants and internationally acclaimed chefs including Noma Australia and Orana as well as Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck when it was in Australia).

Who knew you could cook pavlova in the Weber bbq? (pic below)

Click here to look at the other classes offered by Scoffed for kids and adults.

Our pics above are from Scoffed’s 2nd Birthday celebration where we got to see the Weber BBQing in action. I can tell you all this food tasted as good as it looks! The recipes were not difficult and certainly ones you can achieve at home after being shown what to do.


For more information and all enquiries please visit the Scoffed website.

WhatScoffed Cooking School

When2018 Classes (see link above for timetable) 

Where: Scoffed Cooking School | 441/D Magill Road, St Morris

Who: Everyone

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