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Have you got what it takes to teach cookery courses?

The job sounds challenging, as well as exciting. With an inherent knowledge of commercial kitchens, you’d organise your own timetable to assist the other chefs

Bristol cookery school teacher offers basic cooking tips

The founder of The Devilled Egg cookery school, Barbora Stiess believes that most people want to improve the range and level of their cooking abilities.

Learn to cook at your stag or hen do – who needs Prague?

Tatiana has found her market, mainly 20-35 women, who have as much of a laugh and a chat whilst at the cookery courses as learning to cook, but men love it, too

Scottish Retailers Make Fruit And Vegetable Pledge

In a move designed to tackle Scotland’s obesity crisis, eight of the largest food retailers, including Asda and Tesco, have signed a commitment to encourage customers to eat more fruit and vegetables.

Celebrity Chef Earns Victory In His Ethical Fishing Crusade

In the most significant reform of the fishing industry for almost forty years, fisherman will be prohibited from throwing dead fish back into the sea.

French chef and ex-Platt at food festival 2012

On the 14th and 15th April, Accrington Town Hall will host the 2012 Food Festival with Jean-Christophe Novelli and Sean Wilson making guest appearances

Cookery School Joins Forces With Queen Margaret University

The Edinburgh New Town Cookery School has joined forces with Queen Margaret University in a deal which will see first year students from the university complete almost 90 hours in the cookery school’s kitchens.

Bridge 67 Cookery School – above a cut

With cookery courses for all levels and even classes just for men, Bridge 67 Cookery School caters for just about the lot; situated in the heart of the Midlands

More than Basil in this Thai cookery course

If you find yourself in Chiang Mai istrict, North West Thailand, and fancy learning to cook like the locals, then Basil Cookery School is ready and waiting