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Cookery Classes

Whether you're looking for a gift for a couple who can't cook at all, or a duo who are a dab hand in the kitchen, we have the perfect cookery class to suit any level of experience

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About Cookery Classes

Cooking is an essential skill and great fun to learn too, whether you want to entertain friends with a swanky dinner party or simply pick up some everyday tips to help make every meal that little bit more special, there are lessons to suit all abilities and tastes.

Cookery Classes make perfect gifts for couples with a taste for good food or foodies looking for a day out with a difference with friends. You’ll soon be arguing over who is going to be doing the cooking at home after picking up some essential tips and exciting new skills for the kitchen with a variety of classes to choose from.

Expert chefs are on hand to guide you every step of the way teaching you plenty of professional tips and sharing their years of experience, whether you’re a total beginner or an aspiring chef with dreams of preparing your own gourmet feasts. Cookery Classes for two are a great way to spend some quality time together, learning as you go and getting to tuck into some tantalising treats along the way.

With classes up and down the country covering the whole world of cuisine, you can soon be learning the intricacies of Japanese cooking and rolling your own sushi, finding out how to prepare perfect seafood, planning the perfect dinner party menu, baking sweet treats or picking up a whole range of cookery skills with a broad menu of basic lessons and full day courses available.

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Fact 1: The word cutlery comes from the Old French coutelier, from coutel meaning knife. The first mention of it in England is in a tax return from 1297.

Fact 2: A spork is a cross between a fork and a spoon. A splade is a cross between a knife, fork and spoon - a spork with a blade.

Fact 3: The tall chef’s hat or toque blanche traditionally had a hundred pleats to represent the number of ways an egg could be cooked.

Fact 4: Onions contain a mild antibiotic that fights infections, soothes burns, tames bee stings and relieves the itch of athletes foot.

Fact 5: To make one kilo of honey bees have to visit 4 million flowers, travelling a distance equal to 4 times around the earth.

Fact 6: Cooking is good for the brain. Cooking also encouraged us to socialise, which expanded our neural pathways and made our brains grow larger

Fact 7: It’s now thought that our ancestor, Homo erectus, first used fire to soften meat 1.8 million years ago.

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