Lessons: The Philosophy
by JeffryMichl
 Cooking
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ApronBeing a good cook is not just about skill but gaining a background knowledge that helps you choose the right menus and shop for the best ingredients. So our courses are held around a table and not at cooking stations. Rose demonstrates some of the cooking, but you will also participate in practical skills, learning new techniques, honing others. This means we talk a lot together, share experiences and gain a much deeper understanding of a better approach to cooking. That is why it is important to sit down and eat together when all is ready; taste the food, share opinions, talk about wines, entertaining conundrums and more – we’d also like to make friends in our cooking lessons.

ApronBeing a good cook is not just about skill but gaining a background knowledge that helps you choose the right menus and shop for the best ingredients. So our courses are held around a table and not at cooking stations. Rose demonstrates some of the cooking, but you will also participate in practical skills, learning new techniques, honing others. This means we talk a lot together, share experiences and gain a much deeper understanding of a better approach to cooking. That is why it is important to sit down and eat together when all is ready; taste the food, share opinions, talk about wines, entertaining conundrums and more – we’d also like to make friends in our cooking lessons.

The One-Day Cooking Lesson:

It's simple: we meet at 10am, prepare four dishes together – a first course, a meat main course and a fish or vegetable main course, and a pudding.

Then we sit down and eat what we have cooked with a glass or two of wine; try one or two local cheeses, have coffee, chat some more and say a fond good-bye at approximately 3pm. For an example of a one day lesson, click here.click here.

The Recipes:

Classics, new ideas and some surprises – the food you will learn about is flexible in style but based on the tried and tested discipline of seasonality. It makes sense to cook with ingredients that are enjoying a glut and are abundant, but it also feels right for you and the people you cook for. That does not mean you cannot explore and try new ingredients and flavours from far off shores. Rose’s British food encompasses our piratical interest in other food cultures while sourcing the best fresh local foods.

Timings and discounts

Fruit Dessert Meat One Day Courses - run from 10am-3pm and will run regularly throughout the year – for prices, dates and to book, click here.

Four Seasons Discounts – Add to your repertoire of recipes by booking four courses a year in Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

Bring a Friend – Two person discounts are available.

Give a unique present - If you would like to give a course to a friend, Rose can send a signed copy of one of her cookbooks with a course voucher inside to the recipient.

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