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What goes into planning a class at Cookery School?

A good example of this exercise is our Ultimate Baking class which we called ‘The Ultimate’ because we consider it to be just that with so many different techniques and flavours to enjoy.

Putting a class together is tricky as it involves much thought and choice making but is even trickier when overwhelmed by the wonderful treats within the British bakery repertoire. We approached it by asking ourselves what foods we would like to eat on a typically British High tea and what worthwhile techniques we would be acquiring. 

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Cookery School country suppliers

Our sustainability award is still hot news and, whilst we are in the centre of London with not a moo, cluck or baa to be heard, we are grateful to our countryside suppliers for providing us with wonderful produce : 

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Is the baking craze here to stay?

Every time I open the paper I read something about the Great British Bake Off, now in the fifth series, with six million viewers it seems the craze is here to stay. It is an exciting time for pastry, cakes, pies and artisan breads, which in particular, have seen a rise (!) in popularity, with more and more people taking classes and courses, opening independent shops and pop ups and even pushing the big supermarkets to stock more speciality breads.

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Big Smoke’s Best Banger: the hunt begins

Exciting News – In the first week of April Cookery School will be hosting the judging of the capital’s best local sausage. The Jellied Eel wants Londoners once more to choose their favourite from 22 sausages available at certified farmers’ markets and independent butchers, made with ingredients from within 100 miles of London.

It’s not just plain pork on offer,

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