The 10 Best cookery skills classes
From a chocolate masterclass to the ultimate bread-making experience, we’ve got a course for all your kitchen needs...
Thursday 01 November 2012
Choose from beef, lamb or pork in London and learn all about the meat, where it comes from, how and when it is used and a range of basic butchery skills.
This North Yorkshire brewery runs beer-brewing courses on request, completely tailored to your needs.
Create your own iced cake for Christmas in Harrogate. You'll get a fruit cake to cover with marzipan, and help with the decorating.
From £180, bit.ly/rivercottagecheese
This one-day course in the Dorset cookery school teaches you how to make a variety of soft cheeses.
From £150, paulayoung.co.uk/events/
A one-day London course including tasting, a ganache masterclass, rolling, coating and decorating.
From £105, leiths.com
Learn to chop and slice for professional results. Specialise in fruit and veg or chicken and fish. You can take home most of what you make in this London school.
From £85, caldesi.com/la_cucina_caldesi
A range of inspired pasta workshops in either London or Bray, including seasonal pasta sauces.
From £505 bit.ly/manoirbread
Learn top bread-making techniques at Raymond Blanc's Oxfordshire cookery school.
This Nottinghamshire course involves learning how to make charcuterie bursting with flavour. For beginners to professionals.
From £115, foodat52.co.uk/
Learn to spot true freshness, fillet fish and clean and prepare squid, then turn them into delicious dishes. Based in London.
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