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SPECIALTY – Sensational Summer Salads

2½ hr class.  Look, Cook, Eat.

The Poke (pronounced poh-kay) bowl craze has arrived. Seafood is one of the quickest meals to prepare – tonight in this hands-on class learn how to cook and prepare fresh and healthy summer seasonal salads, including a delicious Poke bowl, a traditional Hawaiian dish with raw pieces of fish that are assembled into a deconstructed sushi dish.  Tonight try your hand at making an Ahi Poke Bowl, a traditional take on the Hawaiian favourite,  plus a salad of prawns, scallops and mango with crispy Tostadas served with Black Bean Succotash also try char-grilled octopus with a feta and watermelon salad.

Complimentary beverage on arrival.  Bar open from 5.30pm.  Class starts promptly at 6pm.

Note: The above photo is indicative only - your menu is decided based on availability of produce at the time.

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Colin Doyle

Cooking has always been a passion for self-taught Australian cook Colin Doyle. When he arrived in New Zealand from the United States nine years ago, having just completed a PhD in X-ray Spectroscopy, he decided that he should pursue culinary as well as academic endeavours, and a teaching role at Auckland Seafood School over the last eight years has allowed him to progress from kitchen assistant to

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Mon, 6 Nov 2017
8:30pm (approximately)
$80 per person

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Specialty - 06 Nov 2017$80.00
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Level 1, Auckland Fish Markets
22 - 32 Jellicoe Street
Freemans Bay
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Was a little nervous about the whole ‘cooking thing’ however the chef and the people I cooked with made things a breeze – plus heaps of fun.

Mark "Pick of New Zealand Seafood"