Cooking Demo With Jean Claude De Toulouse

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Jean-Claude de Toulouse
Simple means divine - stay tuned for more information soon!

Jean-Claude's culinary skills have been passed down through his family for generations and finely tuned by practical experience. From an early age Jean-Claude began to learn the history of, and specialise in French cuisine and it was there that his hunger for international cuisine began to blossom. His passion for cooking has guided him to also learn languages, seven of which he can communicate fluently. These abilities enable Jean-Claude to travel the world, allowing him to mix effectively with the local population of many countries and gather the most fantastic recipes and cultural knowledge. Jean-Claude believes that “a chef is an artist who creates dishes inspired by wonderful surroundings”. That belief is a motivating factor for Jean-Claude to live in Australia, a land of many diverse cultures and landscapes. Since settling in Australia, Jean-Claude has been involved in “Tasting The Market” an ongoing, public presentation of international cuisine in the Central Markets of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.

Jean-Claude had also been invited to many functions to perform his cooking demonstrations. Fuelled by unlimited imagination as well as great sense of humour, fun and knowledge, According to his critics Jean-Claude presents his delicious gourmet creations, which mesmerise the eyes, minds and tastebuds of his audiences. When jean-Claude talks about cuisine, his primary belief is to “keep it simple and it will be divine”. Also, he believes that the best ingredients a chef should add to any recipe are these:

* Passion mixed with love
* Flavour with care
* Top with your great personality
* And present with class.

Every time jean-Claude creates a dish, he imagines that he will be presenting it to the love of his life, which always helps his to achieve my best. In his eyes, the old adage is true “The more you cook the more you learn”. Jean-Claude winks and smiles cheekily when asked about mistakes “Learn from them, just don’t tell anyone”. His presentations are not only cooking demonstrations but also a wonderful learning experience about the origins of ingredients and recipes. He always uses the freshest ingredients and is very proud of the produce that is readily available in Australia.

The recipes and dishes jean-Claude presents are a reflection of his personality – divine and charismatic.

NOTE: All workshops at Vegan Festival are free. Vegan Festival 2016 entry $5. Children under 12 free. Companion card holders are welcome
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By: Vegan Festival Adelaide