Saturday 6 July Pedi lamb feast 

Building on the success of past Pedi events at Wickedfood Earth Country Cooking School, the cooking school plans once again to showcase that veld-raised Pedi lamb and mutton have more flavour than most lamb from the famed Karoo meat. The cooking school chef will be using unique cooking methods and seasonal produce to create a…

wickedfood on Jul 2, 2019

Fathers Day country lunch Sunday 16 June 2019

Treat your father to a delicious 4-course lunch. Come out to the country at Wickedfood Earth Country Cooking School, for our delicious lunch. Our country lunches are all prepared by our chef, internationally recognized for his local, seasonal cooking, with a strong emphases on our organically farmed produce and veld raised hormone-free meat.  The menu:…

wickedfood on Jun 11, 2019

Country Lunch at Wickedfood Earth

Sunday Lunches (See below for special events – pre-booking essential, for your own protection access to the property is only granted to those people with paid up pre-bookings.) On selected Sundays and public holidays  Wickedfood Earth Farm prepares a mezze country lunch, using the very best local grown, seasonal produce. Our country lunches, cooked by…

wickedfood on Nov 14, 2018
Featured Market Day and Lunch at Wickedfood Earth – Saturday 24 August

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Muscovy Ducks

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