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Having worked in some of Asia’s most famous kitchens - notably at Raffles in her native Singapore - Lilian Hiw is known for her flair with flavour, her flawless presentation, and her ability to demystify seemingly finicky dishes.
Running regular cookery workshops in both Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds, where she’s now based, Lilian has just announced her spring/summer programme: all taking place in the pavilion at Bury’s Cricket Club, sessions include Thai & Vietnamese (April 2), Sushi (May 19), Dim Sum (May 28) and Asian BBQ (July 1).
Welcomed with a freshly shaken mocktail, attendees can expect to learn knife skills, vegetable carving, plating and presentation techniques, along with the main dishes covered in their chosen workshop.
Describing her cookery sessions as “fun, interactive and enlightening with lots of hands-on practice,” Lilian says: “You will leave the class with new-grown confidence, clear and easy-to-follow recipes, and lots of tips to replicate the dishes at home with readily available ingredients.”
For a full list of workshops, including dates and times, visit lilianskitchen.co.uk, where places, priced £88 per person, can also be booked.
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