With an overall emphasis fashioned towards comprehensive cooking courses in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere, Brennan’s Cookery School in Eire offers a plethora of classes covering everything that is, well, not necessarily native of Cork.
Evening cooking classes are the staple diet of Brennan’s Cook School that is Irish in attitude, Asian by design. Claiming to be the only cooking school in the centre of the metropolis that is Cork, you can dip your toe into simple Asian fusion and barbeque menus, cuisines from Vietnam and even learn how to prepare and cook Indian bread and those sweets that you see lining the counter every time you nip in to pick up the samosas and bhajis to go with your home-made curry on the way home from work.
If cooking from the East really is your passion, you can take the level of experience up a few gears by booking to a place on the advanced Asian cooking class, Cooking with Spices.
Forget Blackpool, Prague and Dublin – have your stag or hen do cooking in Cork!
Okay, name two things you associate with Ireland, other than jockeys and hockey. Yep, Guinness and Jameson Whiskey. How many stag dos do you see heading to the Emerald Isle in terminal T2 at Birmingham airport every time you’re planning a trip over the Irish Sea, yourself?
You can’t move for t-shirts emblazoned with some guy’s face, each with a name on the back or pink outfits with one (un?)lucky bride-to-be with an ‘L’ plate around her neck. Instead of spending three days just staggering around Temple Bar, why not plan one of the evenings learning to cook at Brennan’s, instead?
Not only do they cater for corporate evenings, private parties and birthday and anniversary celebrations, but they also offer an evening cookery class for those celebrating their pre-nuptuals and last nights of freedom.
Put the fun back into cooking
You may have noticed a huge leaning towards fun and frolics in the atmosphere this cooking school emits – that’s because they believe that you’ll take more out of an evening learning to cook if you’re enjoying it than if you’re being taught in classroom conditions.
So, if you fancy having a craic at learning how to cook Asian-style in convivial Gaelic surroundings, ready to impress your bride/groom-to-be once you eventually get back off honeymoon, with the added bonus of being in the land where the finest alcoholic drinks of all time were invented, why not check out what this Irish by nature cooking school has to offer this year.