Salads aren't just a side, they are the main event!

Cooking demonstration with Chef Steph Peirce from Local & Friday

Thursday 4th November - 6.30pm 

85 Main Street, Fairlie 

Get stuck cooking the same old things over and over?

Sick of thinking what to make?

Lacking inspiration in the kitchen?

Steph shares how to make a salad tick all of the boxes: Flavoursome, filling, full of textures, and time friendly. All recipes and use of the 5 steps show you how to make them suitable for everyone no matter if you're gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, have nut allergies, and more. These salads are great on their own and also pair perfectly with the protein of your choice. 

You will leave with new confidence, inspiration, knowledge, and excitement to start your new salad journey at home.

You will learn:

  • The 5 fundamental steps to make EVERY salad great

  • How to adapt your salads with the seasons

  • Make dressings from scratch

  • How to swap and substitute ingredients

  • No longer need to follow/use a recipe

What you will get:

  • 2 hour live cooking demonstration - experience Steph shares her years of experience and passion for cooking wholesome food

  • Recipe booklet - all recipes and examples of how to use the 5 steps

  • Layering & styling salad tips - watch Steph demonstrate how and why she layers her salads and how to make them look like a show stopper

  • Life-changing knowledge - when you show up and follow along you will gain great confidence and understanding to use forever in the kitchen


  • Refreshments 

  • Tastings of ALL salads

  • Goodies to take home

  • Exclusive chance to purchase Local & Friday products

  • VIP access to our private Facebook community full of home cooks sharing their new creations and learnings with each other + extra recipes & tips from Steph

  • Exclusive in store specials 


Raised on an orchard in Roxburgh, Central Otago, Steph Peirce grew up inspired by the way food brought her community together. This passion led her to study Culinary Arts at Otago Polytechnic, and afterward spent time establishing her career and refining her skills in the New Zealand and Melbourne food scenes. Her strong roots in NZ led her back home to Central Otago in 2020, where she launched Local and Friday, a business all about celebrating local produce, community connections, and homemade cooking.