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With the busy Christmas season ahead, we’re looking for additional assistance in our Oxford Circus kitchens!
We are hiring energetic back of house staff to wash up, clean and clear dishes, amongst other kitchen porter responsibilities. You must have a good level of spoken English as you will be interacting with customers.
The pay is £12 per hour. Daytime and evening shifts available. There is potential for up to 20 hours per week for the right person.
Our fantastic team of chefs are the experts in all things cookery, leading the majority of our diverse classes. However, every now and then, we welcome a guest chef to share their specialist knowledge far and wide. Just one of these is Freddy Gangemi, an Italian native that leads our Roman and Sicilian classes. We sat down with Freddy to find out what he loves about cooking and the special draw to Italian flavours.
Can you tell me a little about your culinary journey?
To celebrate The Cookery School Handbook launch we invited our nearest and dearest to come along and enjoy an evening of chopping, stirring, cooking and of course – eating! Our cherished suppliers and much loved supporters gathered in our kitchen on Little Portland Street where we collectively created dishes from the Handbook.
It was full on as we had people making choux pastry, others making aioli, potato fritters and then cupcakes and apple pie for dessert.
We’re so excited to have launched our Cookery School Handbook produced and written by our principal, Rosalind Rathouse.
With eleven chapters and not a photograph throughout, the new Cookery School Handbook has been produced with true cooks in mind. It is not designed as a coffee table book but instead hails recipes which convey key methods for original cooking including chapters on sauces, soups, baking, pastry, Sunday roasts amongst others. Whether a beginner or a professional,
We are thrilled to announce that we have received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence! Certificates of Excellence are awarded once a year to businesses that consistently receive four and five star reviews from visitors so were delighted to have all our hard work formally recognised.
TripAdvisor reviews are immensely important to a small business like ours as lots of people book based on these reviews. We work so hard to keep high standards and every time we receive a lovely comment from a student,
On Monday our Summer Cooking Camp kicks off. This is a five day course aimed at teens to prepare them for when they fly the nest. Whilst mornings are spent cooking, afternoons are spent exploring our favourite London foodie hotspots. Here’s where we’re going next week…
Kumud Shah has been running our popular Indian Masterclasses here at Cookery School for a number of years and, more recently, we have added South Indian classes to the mix. Here, we ask Kumud a few questions about herself.
Tell us a bit about your background/where are you from?
Ah, the never-ending question…what to buy for the dad who has everything?!
For something that lasts longer than chocolate, perhaps even longer than socks, why not give him a skill for life – cooking? You can either book him on to a specific class or buy a gift voucher so he can book himself on a course of his choosing.
We truly believe in the value of learning to cook together. With over 15 years of experience, we are experts at delivering fantastic corporate events in a relaxed and informal, yet professionally structured environment.