Impress your loved ones and yourself with some new-found culinary skills learnt at this 3 course meal cookery class in Gloucestershire.
- Gloucester (Gloucestershire)
- Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
Learn to cook a three course meal and avoid any kitchen nightmares with this Men’s cookery class in Gloucestershire. You’ll acquire the skills to become confident in the kitchen as you whip up a sensational starter, magnificent main and delicious desert with expert guidance from your cookery teacher throughout!
This men only cookery class, held in Gloucestershire, introduces you to the skills you need to cook like a professional chef! Your class begins with an introduction to cookery, helping you to get to grips with knife skills and develop your store cupboard knowledge. Once you’ve brushed up on your skills and learnt some handy tips, it’s time to get ready, steady… cook! Your professional cookery teacher will be on hand to guide you every step of the way, ensuring you produce high standard dishes and utilise your newly found cookery skills. Dishes such as filled raviolis, baked quince, Hunters chicken and sticky toffee pudding have all been on the menu for this lesson, so when you take your creations home at the end of your session, you can be sure you will impress!
This cookery lesson is perfect for the men out there who are looking to develop their kitchen skills! The class is aimed at men only, so it makes a great experience gift for the less confident in the kitchen, or for those who are looking to have some fun and develop a skill with friends.
The 3 course cookery experience will be held on selected dates throughout the year.
Current Available Dates:
Sunday 28th January 2018
Thursday 29th March 2018
Saturday 26th May 2018
Sunday 9th September 2018
Friday 16th November 2018
Further dates may be added throughout the year.
This experience is aimed at men only.There are no age limits on the Men's Cookery Class - as long as you have an interest in cooking and are responsible with kitchen equipment, you will be fine.
Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult taking part in the class.
Experience Duration: 02:30
Time at Venue: 03:00
This 3 course cookery class for men will last approximately 2 & half to 3 hours.
Participants: The Men's Cookery Class in Gloucestershire is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: +10
Spectators Allowed on Site: No
The cookery class will be held in a specially designed cookery school so groups are welcome.
Unfortunately, the cooking class is not suitable for spectators.
Please dress comfortably and according to the time of year - you will be on your feet for an extended period of time whilst cooking.
All equipment, including aprons will be provided by the centre on the day.
This men's cookery class will take place indoors in a custom-designed building so will not be affected by adverse weather conditions.
Have you ever wanted to find out more about a business before purchasing one of their fabulous experiences?
Well, here is your chance to learn a little bit about the brilliant Harts Barn Cookery School, through reading their Expert Interview!
1.How did Harts Barn Cookery School begin?
I have always loved food and gardening from a very young age. I began my career in Horticulture and spent 20 years working in the corporate environment mainly in sales and training, but I loved being in the kitchen, food shops and restaurants. When I left the corporate environment to have my baby I then had the opportunity to follow my other love: ‘food’! I have owned an award-winning organic food shop, deli, café, and a crew catering business providing a 24hr food service to crews at festivals. In between festivals I was teaching cookery to people in the community. I then realised that I finally wanted to have a kitchen that stayed in one place and combine cooking with teaching, and Harts Barn Cookery School was born.
2. Where did the passion to cook delicious food come from?
My passion for cooking began when I was 3 living on a farm with my parents. We had access to Jersey cow milk, fresh produce from a kitchen garden and plenty of foraged food from woodlands and hedgerows around the house. My father grew a lot of our food and we always had access to local producers. I knew from a very early age the difference between super tasty fresh food and bland processed food. My great aunty, May taught me how to prep fresh veg with a good sharp knife. My dad taught me how to grow food and respect the animals we ate. My mother always cooked fresh tasty food with an ability to make do.
3. As a cookery school what sets you aside from potential competition?
Harts Barn Cookery School is about ‘Simply Cooking for All’. We all have to eat so why not enjoy it and have fun using the freshest ingredients we can. We have a philosophy of eat, drink and be merry! Food is also an important way to bring people together and to socialise. We are all about the cooking experience and the enjoyment it can bring.
4. Do you have a favourite dish that you love creating?
Goodness a hard question to answer as there are so many amazing dishes. My favourite dish is one made with great fresh ingredients that can been enjoyed by all!
5. What has been your biggest kitchen disaster?
A garlic and fudge pie! I was researching heritage recipes and came across this one and thought it sounded interesting. Wrong. It was disgusting and my class very politely ate it with me knowing they didn’t like it but they were too polite to say so!!
6. Since the beginning of Harts Barn Cookery School what is the most memorable moment you can think of?
It was at the end of 2016 when I was reflecting on the year that I realised we had finally achieved ‘Cooking for All’, teaching people from all areas of life including children, young people, people with learning disabilities and so many more. I finally felt that my vision had come to reality.
Thank you to Harts Barn Cookery School for this wonderful Expert Interview!
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