Daily Cooking Classes & Private Sherry Tours with Annie B
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
Day Classes for 2018
If your preferred date is not mentioned below, please request it.
Taste of Andalucia Cooking Class
with shopping for supplies in Vejer. Dishes will be seasonal and likely to include Gambas Ajillo, Gazpacho (melon & mint or traditional or almond & garlic), secrets for the perfect Tortilla, Annie B’s Albondigas and a yummy cake for dessert. Also included – a preserved tuna tasting & Sherry education. Time : 10.15 – 16.30 Cost : €150 per person
OCTOBER – Friday 26th
Fish Cooking Class
with shopping at Barbate market, visit to a tuna preserve shop & coffee in local venta before heading back to the kitchen to prepare lunch. Dishes such as pescado a la sal with salsa verde, gambas with dipping sauce, Sherry tasting. Time : 10.00-16.30. Cost : €165.00 per person
OCTOBER – Wednesday 24th
Private Sherry Tours
leaving Vejer at 10am, returning at 6pm. 2 bodega visits and lunch. Price includes bodegas entries, transport, lunch & lots of delicious Sherry! Time : 10.00 – 18.00 Cost : approx €200 – €300 per person
What To Expect With This Day Class
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.
Looking for the full Annie B experience? Have a look at the range of cooking holidays we offer…
Fly-by-night visit to Vejer planned? No problem. We also offer day classes to introduce you to the best of Spanish food…
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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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