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The Agrarian Kitchen Cooking School

The Agrarian Kitchen Cooking School was first established in November 2008 by Rodney Dunn and wife, Severine Demanet in their home and on their farm for 12.5 years.
In April 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the closure of the cooking school to ensure they could have a safe environment for their family within their home.
However, the good news is that in March 2022, the Cooking School will reopen at Willow Court in the small town of New Norfolk where it also houses The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery and Kiosk.
A new 1-acre walled kitchen is currently being established and will allow cooking school guests to harvest produce to be used in the cooking classes.
Stay tuned for the opening date.

Full day classes will commence from $440 per person.
Maximum 12 guests per class.

Harvesting produce from the garden to be used in the cooking class.
A cooking class in action.
Guests are able to use the latest AEG appliances during their cooking experience.
Lunch is ready! On this day, guests learnt how to make pasta by hand.
Crab apple
Guests harvesting



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