Indian Cooking at Dorothy Clive

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Why not try your hand at Indian Cookery? We are holding a Workshop here at the Garden with Zalena Vandrewala of Rose Petals and Rice
Zalena will be showing you how to make a variety of Indian dishes, she will give you advice on mixing spices, how to make your own garam masala and will be cooking traditional Northern Indian curry dishes.
Bring an apron and a storage box to take home your curry dishes.
We still have places available on this workshop on Sunday 10th February 2019 at 10.30am to 4.00pm. The cost per person is £50. If you would like to book a place on the workshop please call us on 1630 647237 or email us at


Then why not enrol on our Soap Making Workshop with Rosie on Saturday 23rd February 2019 -- 10.00am to 1.00pm.

Learn how to make gorgeous Palm Oil Free hand made soap, using the cold process method. You will be using organic oils and butters, and gorgeous ingredients that you can get from your kitchen cupboard, everything natural nothing synthetic.

Rosie has been a soap maker and cosmetic maker for many years. Learn about the history of soap, how to use a soap calculator and the properties of gorgeous oils and butters. Take home the beautiful soaps you make on the day, and a workbook and recipe.

Rosie is passionate about soap making and helping our environment by using only natural ingredients. She is proud to have won the 'Theo Paphitis #SBS' award and the 'Queen Of' enriched soap award.

Cost is £55 per person. To book a place call 01630 647237 or

Thank you
Dawn Danahay
Office Administrator

The Dorothy Clive Garden

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