Discover generous and hearty Argentinian cuisine, with its cultural blending of Mediterranean influences and border areas from the grasslands of the Pampas to the foothills of the Andes. Martin will share with you his country’s recipes including: baked spiced beef empanadas; Humita de Choclo, a traditional creamy sweet corn stew with pumpkin, capsicum and tomatoes seasoned with paprika, thyme and fresh basil; Cordero a la sidre, char-grilled lamb cutlets with apple cider sauce, roast potatoes and salad greens; and to finish, French style crepes with raspberry jam, vanilla ice cream and flambéed berry sauce.
Generous and hearty Argentinian cuisine
Whether you want to explore a new cuisine, learn some new techniques or simply expand your cooking repertoire, our highly experienced instructors will teach you how to prepare delicious dishes that are guaranteed to impress.
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About the Chef
Head Chef, El Atino & Co
Martin’s love of the hospitality industry began at an early age at home in Argentina where his family entertained guests regularly. Destined to be a Chef his career has taken him around the world to work in Mexico, Buenos Aires, Barcelona and Madrid. A career highlight was catering for the President of Argentina at the Mexican Embassy. Arriving in Melbourne he is now Co-owner and Head Chef of El Atino & Co, a Latin American store, café and cooking school in Richmond.