In Shepton Mallet
It combines the experience of discovering new recipes with tasting new food. It is an inspirational, intensive and hands-on course for those wishing to add to their repertoire as well as learning useful tips and new timesaving recipes.
Suitable for: This 5-day course is for those of you who love good food but want to spend less time in the kitchen.
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Lou Hutton’s ‘food of course’ is a cookery school with a difference - it tailors courses to its student’s requirements and provides an entertaining and thorough insight into good food and how to prepare it, catering for people of every age and ability.
A professional cook with over 14 years teaching experience, Lou was the principal teacher at ‘Cookery at the Grange’ for four years and went on to set up her own catering business after freelancing all over the world, including France, New Zealand and Australia. But her real passion is teaching, and her success has been founded on the ability to instill confidence, enthusiasm and a sense of fun in all her students, along with an in-depth knowledge of good food.
Whether you’re looking for an in-depth course for working in a chalet, in a yacht’s galley, or simply a quick refresher on culinary skills, learning with ‘food of course’ gives students the most important ingredient of all - choice.
We combine the more traditional methods of cookery with modern fusion cooking, with new styles and flavours. On the course you develop your filleting and boning skills, prepare sauces and vegetable dishes. You discover the art of making perfect pastry and delicious puddings. We concentrate on the importance of using only the freshest, highest quality, and where possible organic ingredients, enabling you to produce memorable meals for your family and friends.
Following a morning of demonstration and practical sessions, students enjoy a relaxed and informal lunch. The afternoon is spent learning more new recipes and timesaving ideas in preparation for dinner, to be enjoyed at Middle Farm House at the end of the day.