• Not only are our food and kitchen sustainable but also the way we teach. The knowledge you gain at Cookery School lasts a lifetime because of the sustainable teaching methods that we use. At Cookery School you will learn how to cook good food with confidence
  • We focus on demystifying cooking, removing jargon and bringing back good home cooking skills
  • We use only high quality, sustainable, primarily organic ingredients and equipment that can be found in most home kitchens
  • We are very proud to have been named winner of “The Best City Cookery School 2013″, runners-up for “Most Sustainable Cookery School 2014” and shortlisted for “Food Made Good Business of the Year 2017” award. We are the only London cookery school awarded the maximum 3 Stars for sustainability from the SRA.



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Thanks for coming along for a team build @bluelineevents . So pleased you enjoyed it! Called ‘a perfect pastry lesson’ by The Financial Times, our pastry class will take you from the basics to more advanced techniques. Next session is Saturday 06 October, 9.30am - 12.30pm. Reserve your space now. Thanks to @suzypelta for coming along to our bread making class last weekend! What a spread! 🍞🥖 In our Sauces class, you'll learn to make a variety of classic savoury and sweet sauces that can be used as they are or as the starting point for plenty of exciting dishes, such as using your bechamel to make macaroni and cheese. 30th September - book now. Or next Flavour of the Middle East class is on Sat 29th Sept. Just some of the delicious things you'll be learning to cook include grilled fish chermoula, traditional chicken tagine flavoured with spices, nuts and seeds, and caramelised onion couscous. Thanks for sharing your date night with us @edible_stories 👫
“Last night Dan took me out for an evening of cooking! We went to the @cookeryschoollondon for a ‘Best of Jewish Cooking’ lesson (and wine fuelled feast). We haven’t only travelled around Israel and enjoy eating lot of Middle Eastern food, we also have Shabbos dinner (almost) every Friday at Dan’s parents. And Dan’s mom is a VERY good cook! But last night we discovered some more Sephardic recipes, with cloves, saffron, cinnamon and prunes which was really refreshing. I think Blintzes are definitely now up there with some of my guilty pleasure desserts! (One more.... 🤦🏻‍♀️). I recommend checking out these classes, there’s something for everyone and there’s wine!”