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Cookery courses offered at London social enterprise bistro

PricewaterhouseCoopers has recently announced that a new social enterprise will open on the site of a former station in Tooley Street, South London. The aim of the project is to encourage disadvantaged people to develop marketable skills and find employment through a new cookery school and restaurant.

Shropshire farm joins forces with cookery school

Maynards Farm in Shrewsbury has teamed up with the Seasoned Cookery School to offer a range of different cookery courses. The team at Seasoned already run courses throughout Staffordshire and Derbyshire, and are proud of their reputation for teaching students of all abilities.

Cookery school lifts the lid on the restaurant trade

Many people dream of running their own restaurant, but with almost 70% of such businesses failing within the first 3 years, the reality can be somewhat different.

French cookery school explores Scotland

Continental diners may soon be enjoying the taste of Scotland after the French cookery school, Lycée Hôtelier in Dinard, sent nine cookery students to explore the country and learn more about its chefs, products and producers.

Report suggests that British tastes are changing

A new study by Walkers has revealed that eighty per cent of people in Britain are increasingly looking to cuisines from around the world to add spice to their mealtimes.

Sustainable fish competition launched by renowned chef

Top restaurateur, cookery school proprieter and world renowned chef, Raymond Blanc has launched a new contest to identify the most innovative and forward-thinking user of sustainable fish.

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.

New Survey Reveals That Diners Are Cutting Back

A new survey by food service consultancy firm Horizons has revealed that British consumers are cutting back on the number of times that they eat out.