Picture this: Succulent, freshly slow-roasted rotisserie chicken, lamb or beef, lovingly sliced and seasoned to perfection, served in a sandwich made on real Irish bread spread generously with butter (Dijon mayo for us too!) and topped with fresh greens. We’ve rarely met a sandwich we didn’t like, but Poulet Bonne Femme is the dog’s B. We defy you to find a more delicious and better value take-away sambo in all of the land. We’ve made a bee line for one of these bad boys from their hatch in Avoca on Suffolk Street on every single trip we’ve taken back to Dublin. What’s better than actually indulging in this? Learning how to recreate the skills at home! These rotisserie specialists have launched a series of carving masterclasses to enable customers to recreate the magic of perfectly roasted meats at home.
Making a stab at carving a lovingly prepared roast joint can make or break an eagerly anticipated meal. Sara from Poulet Bonne Femme is on hand to share her carving know-how in small-group interactive evening classes taking place in Salt Café in Avoca, Monkstown.
Learn what cuts of meat to buy; how to sharpen and store knives; techniques to carve smoked salmon, roast turkey, ham and beef; learn a classic gravy recipe; and even what to do with leftovers. Reap (read: eat) the rewards after the hands-on class and take home a gift bag, recipe cards, Avoca cookbook, PBF apron and chopping board. With one solitary class left, taking place on Tuesday 19th January 2016, you’ll need to DART to get one of the last places, with tickets €125 per person. Don’t waste a single moment! Book via www.pouletbonnefemme.com.