Food-lovers looking to take part in some culinary fun while on holiday in Australia may wish to head to a new cooking school that has opened in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia Tourism has suggested.

Food-lovers looking to take part in some culinary fun while on holiday in Australia may wish to head to a new cooking school that has opened in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia Tourism has suggested.

Travellers can try their hand at learning Asian cuisine at the Sticky Rice Cooking School in Adelaide.

According to the school, it is a “place where the food journey you choose takes you on a first class cooking and cultural experience and delivers a wealth of knowledge and fun along the way”.

Visitors are taught by “masters” of exotic menus from Moroccan to Burmese and are then able to enjoy the recipes once completed.

The classes are “hands-on” and are no larger than 18 people in a 1940’s building in Stirling.

The Adelaide Hills are situated approximately 30 minutes from Adelaide itself and the region is famous for its Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Chardonnay, according to Australianexplorer.com

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