Andorra la Vella Town Hall offers its sixth edition of the programme “Cooking without parents” during the autumn of 2018

The youth services at Andorra la Vella Town Hall in Andorra (Pyrenees) are offering its sixth edition of the programme “Cooking without parents” during the autumn of 2018. The aim is to set up workshops for young people to learn to cook independently and to have a healthier diet.

The novelty this year is the organization of 2 outings to better know some of our regional products. The first, on October 29th, will focus on mushrooms, i.e. recognize them and then prepare them for cooking (the Center for Snow and Mountain Studies collaborates in the project). On October 30, the Cal Jordi store in Ransol will host a workshop to show how homemade sausages are made.

On October 16th and 17th, the young audience followed a class focused on the theme of Halloween. Pumpkins were made into lanterns, soups, fries, and other pastries were also made.

Professionals from Andorran gastronomy will participate in the project. André Riestra, chef of the restaurant Buda in Andorra la Vella, will speak on November 28th about the use of canned food in the kitchen.

The entertainment will end on December 12 with a workshop led by Òscar Gabà to learn how to cook “trinxat”, a traditional dish in Andorra made from potatoes, cabbage and bacon.

A maximum of 15 seats is available at each session. The activity is free and those registered from Andorra la Vella will have priority.

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