West Juliett Sydney

House-Made Series of workshops at West Juliett Café in Marrickville

The West Juliett Café in Marrickville started offering food workshops last year in the mornings as part of their House-Made series. Usually food workshops are time intensive and expensive, but not at West Juliett.

The café’s own chef is the head of the workshops in which you can learn skills that are getting lost in this fast paced and convenience focused world we live in today. One of their workshops they offered was a marmalade-making course. The café offers learning in a small group environment, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

The chef likes to give the participants great tips and the café focusses on natural products with no additives. In the marmalade workshop, the focus lay on sterilizing and preparing the jars properly and cutting and preparing the fruit most efficiently. And everybody was able to walk home with a jar of handmade orange marmalade and as a little present — plus every participant also received a jar of handmade jam.

These workshops are great for people who want to develop their food making skills and are worried about seemingly complicated processes. The relaxed atmosphere at the workshops creates a great learning environment and eases every participant into these uncommon skillsets.

– Monique
Monique Pitzer was born and raised in Germany, where she also started working as a freelance journalist and freelance writer. She moved to Australia and started a business as a writer, translator, and tutor.

West Juliett Cafe
30 Llewellyn St.
Marrickville NSW

You can find the information about upcoming workshops on their Facebook page.

Disclosure: The Plus Ones were invited guests of West Juliette.
Photo credit: Monique Pitzer.