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Read on for all the latest news and information on our cooking classes and courses. Find out about new classes, chef spotlights, behind the scenes insights and much more!

 

National Cooking Programme launches Summer 2021

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Cookery School at Little Portland Street’s ‘oven-ready’ programme of x20 FREE online interactive classes for teenagers wanting to learn to cook, commences Wednesday 16 June 2021 at 5.30pm for an hour every week on Instagram and YouTube.

There is universal agreement that kids in the UK are not being taught to cook and this is proving to be detrimental to their future health and well being.

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Why Cookery School is different?

As children return to school for the last term before the summer holidays, once again parents recognise the value of teaching and the unique skills teachers have. All this made us think of the particular role that cookery schools have.  So we looked back over the past almost twenty years and discovered that our original values still hold good at Cookery School at Little Portland Street.

Good Home Cooking

Our most important aim is to teach good home cooking.

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Covid-19 Safety Precautions

Since the arrival of the pandemic we have been working towards making the kitchens as Covid-19 secure as we can. Having opened safely in  September 2020 we have everything is in place for our re-opening on 17 May 2021!

We ask everyone coming to Cookery School to advise us if they have had a high temperature, developed Covid-19 symptoms or have been in contact with a person with Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days.

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Gain Comfort in Comfort Food

comfort food

Comfort food is food that provides a feeling of well-being, the dishes are typically high sugar or carbohydrate content and tend to be associated with childhood or home cooking. Not all comfort food is bad for you, our Founder Ros believes that homemade comfort food can be healthy as recipes can be easily altered for example reducing the salt content.

Comfort food favourites 

In the UK research has shown the simple and classic pizza is the number one comfort food!

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