Sharon Reid


The popularity of eating gluten –free does not appear to be waning; whether going gluten-free for health reasons or merely opting in as part of a lifestyle choice, there is no getting away from the inflated price of gluten –free food, so why not learn to make your own? D&D owned Cantina del Ponte, a rustic Italian trattoria next to the River Thames is running gluten –free master classes, dubbed the ‘Three Generations’ masterclasses due to the family friendly vibe; the classes are suitable for families ranging from young children to grandparents, providing the ideal opportunity for family members to bake and cook together. Despite the family friendly spin, everyone is welcome to learn the staples of maintaining a gluten free diet, Italian-style; think gluten –free pizza, pasta, bread and cakes._DSC3617

Finish born author, Stephanie Seege – a doyenne of gluten –free food, has collaborated with Cantina del Ponte and will share both her knowledge and skills across four sessions:

Session 1: Saturday 27th February CAKESIMG_4686

Carrot cake

Vegan cheese cake

Black bean brownies

Apple pie

Session 2: Sunday 6th March PASTA

Sweet potato gnocchi



Session 3: Saturday 2nd April BREADS AND SCONESIMG_4645

Peanut butter bread

Chia seed crackers

Buckwheat bread


Session 4: Sunday 7th May PIZZA

Cauliflower base

Buckwheat base


Increase your cooking and baking repertoire via the inclusion of gluten –free by booking a session at Cantina del Ponte._DSC3625

Each class is priced at £50 per person, or £140 if booking as a three generational family. The session includes a gluten free lunch, sampling the dishes produced in class, and Stephanie’s cookbook, Soulflavours is also available for an additional £10.

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