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Ever wondered how the Italians and Germans make such great sausages? Learn the art of fresh sausage making in a friendly, social environment on a sustainable farm on the Mornington Peninsula.
This sustainable farm on the Mornington Peninsula is THE place to come and learn the art of fresh sausage making. Skilled chefs will teach you everything about bratwurst sausage making; including the best cuts of meat to use, how to grind meat, which herbs and seasonings to use, how to fill natural sausage casings and then explore different ways to cook sausages in the cooking classes. You will also explore the kitchen garden and pick herbs for your own individually seasoned batch of sausages.
Once the hard work is done you sit down, admire the view of the vineyard, kitchen garden and ducks on the dam whilst enjoying the tantalizing produce you just made with a glass of house Kelpie Bridge wine.
*This experience provider won Gold in the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards for Excellence in Food Tourism.
This experience is not able to be redeemed until February 2021.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Maximum class size is 12 participants and one qualified chef
Enclosed non slip shoes must be worn to work in the commercial kitchen.
Please bring a cooler bag to take your extra sausages home.
This class takes place on a 27 acre picturesque farm located one hour from Melbourne at Red Hill, in the wine growing region of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.