Cookery Classes

Classes are held in my family kitchen and, with a maximum of three students at a time, are informal and very hands on. You’ll chop the onions and knead the dough, taste the sauces and adjust the flavours – and share the results. If you prefer, I can come and give lessons to you and your friends in your own kitchen. Check out the prices here.

Here are a few examples, but I can tailor classes to whatever you want or need to learn.

All ages welcome!

Example lessons

  • Easy supper parties (see sample menus below)
  • Cooking for kids
  • A bread, a soup and a stew and a pud
  • Poaching chicken to make soup, pie and salad

    Indian cookery class

  • Working with fish – making stock, baking or frying fish, making pie and fish cakes
  • Baking for mums
  • Easy Indian meals

Easy supper parties

Practical three course menus for you to recreate at home. Create the dishes in class and take home the recipes and your share of the results!

Winter Supper

  • Baked tomatoes with garlic and balsamic vinegar
  • Roast pork belly with spiced apple sauce, roast potatoes and stir fried greens
  • Orange and almond cake with orange drizzle
Indian supper 1

  • Tandoori prawns
  • Simple chicken curry served with green beans and herby spiced rice
  • Mango fool with ginger shortbreads
Spring Supper

  • Broad bean and feta bruschetta
  • Fresh pesto stuffed chicken, peas with lettuce and ham, minted new potatoes
  • Treacle sponge pudding with rhubarb puree
Indian supper 2

  • Onion bhajis
  • Lamb stew served with deep fried spiced aubergines, dal and plain rice
  • Kulfi
Summer supper

  • Iced cucumber soup
  • Spiced warm beef salad
  • Blueberry soured cream cake

Easy baking for mums

Making flapjacks, cup cakes and sausage rolls for your children’s guests.
Interesting lunchbox recipes.

Children’s classes

  • Making your own pasta sauce
  • Making sausage rolls
  • Chocolate chip cookies, etc