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Community cookery courses come to Bristol

The city hub Coexist, situated in probably one of Bristol’s poorest neighbourhoods, would like to create an established cooking area in which members of the local community can arrive and have inexpensive courses on every aspect of cooking and cookery…

Cooking course gives college students a taste for success

Charitable trust Mentor Link is helping students at Church Hill Middle School in the West Midlands get the opportunity to become the future Jamie Oliver.

Viva La Espana! Spanish cookery courses are on the up

With its focus on fresh ingredients and amazing regional flavours, Spanish cuisine is becoming extremely popular.

More than just a cookery course from Arthritis Ireland

The initiative was the brainchild of Arthritis Ireland, who developed the course based on results from a healthy eating survey carried out amongst its members.

Give me ten good reasons to visit South Africa (hic!)

Twenty years since democracy was born have seen the country’s wine production increase thirteen-fold from 30 million litres in ’92 to nigh on 400 million today.

Age UK – teaching your grandfather how to cook eggs

In the face of organisations like Meals on Wheels facing debilitating cuts to their budget, the cookery classes have sprung up across the country out necessity.

Italian cookery courses with dietary insight class inclusive

Italian food has a reputation of being oily & fatty; the average dieter wouldn’t go near a full-blooded Lasagne, but these are myths that belong in urban legend.

New Research Suggests That Consumers Are Returning To Good Value Pub Food

Whilst traditional restaurants continue to struggle to attract customers in today’s difficult economic climate, new figures suggest that pubs are bucking this trend and are experiencing in increase in the number of customers that eat out.

Paella replaces Pythagoras in SFT cookery course initiative

Since the SFT was founded in 2005 they have worked tirelessly to bring school menus up to date with the thinking of the day; the courses reflect that effort.

Greene King launches on-line courses for hospitality

One of the problems pubs have traditionally had, as well as actually keeping their businesses afloat with current taxation levels on beer, is staff retention.