MERCATO, Sicilian Seafood Cooking, Cooking class

 

MERCATO

625 – 627 Lower North East Road CAMPBELLTOWN

Mercato is market in Italian.
If you are in Adelaide, you must visit this store. It provides all lovers of things Italian with a wide selection of small goods and cheeses, grocery items and produce, packaged sweets and biscuits, wine, cooking implements, crockery, cookery books and cookery classes and more. It is the perfect store for cooks and lovers of food and wine .
I will be conducting a cookery class at Mercato in November.

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The Mercato shop

Last year we had the wonderful Marisa Raniolo Wilkins launch her new cookbook
“Sicilian Seafood Cooking” at Mercato, to rave reviews.

We had such a great response to Marisa’s book that this year she is coming back to
Mercato for an exclusive cooking class to be held just for our valued customers!

Sicilian Seafood Cooking Class

Join us on
Friday, 9th November 2012
in the Mercato Demo Kitchen
625 – 627 Lower North East Road CAMPBELLTOWN
as Marisa cooks up a Sicilian storm!
She will be showcasing some of her favourite recipes from the cookbook
such as Pasta con la Sarde and even a Cassata for dessert.

Please call Mercato on (08) 8337 1808
or you can simply book online by clicking on the link below
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Trading hours:
Mon-Fri 8.30am – 6.30pm
Sat-Sun 8.30am – 5pm
Public Holiday 9am – 3pm

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “MERCATO, Sicilian Seafood Cooking, Cooking class”

  1. I would like to cook the Pesce Stocco the Sicilian way but I don’t seem to be able to find a recipe. Could you please let me have a recipe as my husband is Sicilian but I am not as I came to Australia as a 10 year old. Thank you. Maria.

    1. I have written a new Post with a recipe for stockfish using tomatoes. This is a popular was of cooking stockfish in Messina. See:
      Stockfish and Salt Cod -the Differences Between Stoccafisso and Baccalà and Recipes.

      If your husband is Sicilian you may enjoy purchasing my book Sicilian Seafood Cooking. if your book store does not have it in stock, you can always ask the bookstore to order it for you.
      I hope that you enjoy eating the stockfish.

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