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Flying the Nest: Student Cookery Skills

August 14 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm £135

Whether your youngsters are getting ready to leave home for College or University or are beginning to get more involved in the kitchen at home, now is the perfect time to arm them with the essential skills they need to cook healthy nutritious meals for themselves and for the rest of the family. Aimed at those aged between 13 and 17 years, this course aims to give students a relaxed yet informative understanding of a variety of simple and effective principles that will allow them to cook with confidence.

Focusing on accessible, affordable ingredients, our tutors will guide them through dishes such as homemade pastas, simple meat and fish dishes, vegetable accompaniments, healthy breakfasts and essential kitchen skills such as knife skills and sharpening and making delicious stocks and sauces.

With the chance to explore our MARKET GARDEN and to see first hands where our organic vegetables, fruit and herbs are grown, this course will instill the importance of good ingredients and wholesome eating, giving students the knowledge they need to avoid a diet of freeze-dried noodles and takeaways.

£135 per person, includes practical and demonstration cookery sessions, lunch, refreshments and all course material. Guests of The Cookery School also enjoy a discount of up to 25% in our FARMSHOP after their course.

Full-day course: 9:30am – 3:00pm

If you are booking with a VOUCHER or would prefer to book over the phone, please call us on 01608 731 620. Alternatively you can email us at THECOOKERYSCHOOL@DAYLESFORD.COM



August 14
9:30 am - 3:00 pm
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The Cookery School
Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire GL56 0YG United Kingdom
01608 731 620

Who's Attending

8 people are attending Flying the Nest: Student Cookery Skills

  • Dee van der Waag
  • Julie Van Onselen
  • Tracie Palfreyman
  • Emma Neilson
  • Nicole Cayton
  • Peter Redman