How Sustainable is the Fish on Your Plate?

Fish4Tomorrow is paving the way for consumers to end overfishing. We love the idea… Will you? Every dish is the result of a process, and whether it’s farm to fork or sea to table, we believe in knowing that the ingredients we use are sustainably and humanely sourced. One of the NGOs helping us to achieve that is Fish4Tomorrow (F4T), which started out as a coalition between Greenhouse...

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Supporting Home-Grown & Endemic

As Europe’s median age for farmers continues to increase, we choose to work with some of Malta’s youngest. Beyond their age, however, it’s the practices they use that appeal most to us here at the Mediterranean Culinary Academy.Although there has been a revival in interest in farming practices, the number of young farmers taking to the field – both in Malta and across Europe – is far...

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MCA-Course videos

Thinking of signing up to one of our courses? This video will give you a sneak peek of what to expect! You’ll start with a short theory session to introduce the cuisine in question, followed by a hands-on cooking experience led by our dynamic chef instructors, who will teach you everything you need to know. And to finish? A glass of wine, of course, and the chance to tuck into the delicious meal...

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Pollen

Pollen: Our First Pop-Up Dining EventPollen is a simple, natural ingredient with a lot of potential… And the perfect metaphor for the launch of the Mediterranean Culinary Academy last year. When developing our initial idea for our first pop-up dining experience, we wanted to represent the values of The Mediterranean Culinary Academy (MCA) in a tangible manner: Sustainability, through the...

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Michael and Kurt are live on XFM

Michael and Kurt are live on XFM right now talking about the Mediterranean Culinary Academy courses and their background. Tune in here to listen http://www.xfm.com.mt/

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