Tag Archives: cookery courses

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 courses help stroke victims

Five stroke victims have regained their zest for life following a 10 week series of cooking courses at Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food in Bradford.

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.

Restaurant joins forces with college to offer Indian cookery courses

Indian restaurant Mai’da has joined forces with Blackburn College to offer cookery courses aimed at tackling the shortage of Indian chefs in the area.

GCU Cook and Eat initiative exemplifies Glasgow community

The initial cookery workshops will be instructive in cooking, food hygiene, eating healthily within a budget and how to maximise nutrition in a lunch box.

Marco Pierre White sets out on Knorr-tical world cruise

Marco’s trip will serve a dual purpose: promoting Knorr stock cubes and unveiling the brand new Chefmanship Centre, brought to us by Unilever Food Solutions.

Specialist cooking courses: bread making courses

Bread is eaten throughout the world and is probably one of the most satisfying foods to prepare and cook – there are few things that beat the smell and taste of freshly baked bread.

Study reveals many people start a new diet every month

According a recent study of two thousand consumers, twenty two per cent of the adult population in the UK begin a new diet every month with more than a third choosing low calorie items during their weekly shop.

Have you got what it takes to teach cookery courses?

The job sounds challenging, as well as exciting. With an inherent knowledge of commercial kitchens, you’d organise your own timetable to assist the other chefs