Seasonal Cooking: November

Date: 12/11/2022
Time: 11am – 7pm
Price: £80
Number of places: 4

This class is equally suited to beginners or experienced foodies. Whether you love spending time in the kitchen or find cooking a chore, I promise you will come away from this class inspired.

November’s cooking class will start with tea, coffee and an introduction to domestic cooking. We will be learning about different knives and how to use them, the best cooking equipment and how to make your home kitchen enjoyable, and efficient to work in. We will look at how to stock a pantry with whole foods, how we can increase the diversity of the food we eat, and try some ingredients I couldn’t live without.

After lunch, we will be learning how to make wholemeal, yeasted bread. We’ll be talking about why wholemeal is best and why we should be making bread instead of buying it. We will look at different flours, not just wheat, how to use them and why, plus you’ll even get a chance to mill some of your own fresh flour using a home mill.

What is bread without butter? So we will also be learning how to make cultured butter. And don’t worry, we will be making enough for you to take some home!

Finally, for dinner, we will be learning how to make a wholesome, delicious soup to enjoy with our freshly baked bread and butter. After a hard day cooking, we will sit down together with a drink, to toast our successes and to enjoy a wholesome, seasonal meal!

This class includes morning and afternoon tea, coffee and cake, as well as lunch, dinner and some goodies to take home.

Teaching starts at 11am, so arrive a little early to get settled. We aim to eat dinner around 6pm and should be finished around 7pm, but please be aware it might run over a little. 

If you have any dietary requirements, please let me know in advance of this class. 

Tickets available here

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