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Vegetables classes

Knife Skills
£85.00

Categories:
British, Poultry, Vegetables, Herbs, Fish

Knives are the essential kitchen tool and every cook needs to get to grips with them.


Funky Up Your Veg (Autumn)
£75.00

Categories:
Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, British, Vegetables, Herbs, Spices

In Autumn, Beetroot, Carrot, Celeriac, Fennel, Field – Mushrooms, Kale, Leeks, Pumpkin (…and much more) are all in season.


Mexican streetfood
£85.00

Categories:
Mexican, Streetfood, Bread, Vegetables, Herbs, Spices, Pork

Charlotte Pike trained with Diana Kennedy who was born in Essex and moved to Mexico in the fifties where she learnt the best food in Mexico isn’t in the fancy restaurants but in markets and family restaurants.


Modern twists on Thai favourites
£85.00

Categories:
Thai, Poultry, Vegetables, Fish

Chef Tutor, Les Rennie, enjoys using the skills he developed in Michelin starred restaurants to adapt good quality, home-cooked food.


Japanese Tofu Making
£75.00

Categories:
Asian, Japanese, Vegetarian, Vegetables, Tofu

Chef Tutor, Sachiko Saeki, has received a ‘Tofu Master’ qualification from Japan to promote knowledge and cultural understanding of Japanese foods.


Shojin Ryori
£75.00

Categories:
Japanese, Vegetarian, Vegetables, Tofu

Shojin ryori is the traditional dining style of Buddhist monks in Japan that grew widespread popularity with the spread of Zen Buddhism in the 13th century.


Taste: learn to make your food sing

Categories:
Italian, Indian, Thai, British, Vegetables, Fish

Bitter, sweet, sour, salty and savoury tastes balance and offset each other in magical ways, bringing life and pizazz to your food.


Modern British and English wine

Categories:
British, Vegetarian, Vegetables, Pork

Chef Tutor, Charlotte Pike, developed the ’20 mile supper club’ concept – ingredients are sourced from reputable, sustainable suppliers within 20 miles.


Soba noodles and tempura
£85.00

Categories:
Japanese, Vegetables, Fish

Soba has become very popular as part of low-gluten diets in the West.


Katsu Curry
£85.00

Categories:
Japanese, Vegetables, Rice

Japanese modern flavours are influenced by many other countries and recently katsu curry has become as much a staple of the Japanese diet like sushi and tempura


Southern French Cuisine
£85.00

Categories:
French, Home cooking, Poultry, Vegetables, Fish

Thanks to a mild climate and the Mediterranean sea, food in the South of France is prepared using an incredible range of fresh ingredients.


Scandinavian cooking
£85.00

Categories:
Nordic, Vegetables, Pork

Scandinavian or Nordic cooking is considered simple and close to nature.


Funky Up Your Veg (Winter)
£75.00

Categories:
Vegetarian, Vegetables, Herbs, Spices

It's January and you may be cutting back food consumption to deal with seasonal excess. STOP! There is one thing you can eat lots more of VEG


South Indian Vegetarian Cooking
£135.00

Categories:
Indian, Vegetarian, Vegetables, Spices, Pulses, Rice

The food we are familiar with at our local Indian restaurant represents a fraction of India's culinary diversity. South and North India differ greatly in cooking methods, key ingredients and spices used.


Learn to cook the Mediterranean diet
£85.00

Categories:
Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Vegetables, Herbs, Fish, Spices

The Mediterranean Diet seems to have stood the test of time and if versions of it are adopted, can lead to sustained weight loss.


Funky Up Your Veg (Summer)
£75.00

Categories:
Vegetarian, Vegetables, Herbs, Spices

In this class we celebrate vegetables and take them off the side-plate and serve them up as a main. And we serve them in abundance. Why? Because veg is great for you.


Funky Up Your Veg (Spring)
£75.00

Categories:
Vegetables, Herbs, Spices

In this class we celebrate vegetables and take them off the side-plate and serve them up as a main. And we serve them in abundance. Why? Because veg is great for you.