Daily Cooking Classes at Annie B’s

Live locally or haven’t got time for a five-day course? My day cooking classes are the best of Annie B’s Spanish Kitchen – but in little bite-sized portions.

Available All Year Round Upon Request

Dive into the culture and cuisine of Vejer with a day class at Annie B’s Spanish Kitchen

Confirmed Day Class Dates 2016

For Dec 2016 & Jan, Feb,March 2017  day classes will take place upon request.

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  • Info

    Annie runs 3 styles of day cooking classes for the first time visitor:

    1. Taste of Andalucia – with visits to local shops €145

    2. Fish & Seafood – with a visit to Barbate’s Mercado de Abastos & a tuna preserve shop €165

    3. Flavours of Morocco – with a lunchtime view towards North Africa €145

  • Duration

    10.15 – 16.30

  • When

    All year round upon request

  • Includes

    All recipes & instruction (normally around 6 – 8 recipes)
    Lunch with all drinks
    Market visit or tour of Vejer’s shops
    Sherry Education

  • Price(s)

    Starting at €145 per person

The Costa de la Luz is filled with the most delicious produce – Almadraba tuna, preserved tuna, Iberian pork, fabulous fish and seafood. On one of my day’s cooking classes, you really take your tastebuds on a gastronomic journey by learning about and preparing some of the best dishes on offer. It’s a great introduction to the food and wine of Vejer.

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Here’s what they have said

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Thank you once again, we truly had the most wonderful experience with you in Vejer. Our expectations were high coming to your classes and unbelievably were far surpassed!

I am looking forward to trying your wonderful recipes at home.

Melbourne, Australia. Here for 5 nights and 5 days - May 2015

Why Vejer de la Frontera

It’s breathtakingly beautiful. Your first glimpse of the town is as a blinding flash of white on a hilltop against the bluest of blue skies. Up close it’s just as easy on the eye, too – a labyrinth of narrow, cobbled streets winding its way between quiet squares, churches and handsome historical buildings, it’s a photographer’s dream.

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