Summer holidays have just started but in just a few months, your little darlings may be heading off to University and having to fend for themselves. How do you manage your finances when ridden with debt? How do you ensure you can eat healthily when the local pizza joint offers you a meal deal for under a fiver? How can you eat interesting food for one, or share with your flatmates?
Well, stop fretting and send them along to my cookery class on 31st August. If you are leaving home, need some ideas for tasty, simple, but delicious meals, or just want to spend a morning cooking, chatting and eating, then this could be the course for you.
We start at 10am and will be making a brunch of baked eggs in a spiced tomato sauce (pictured). We’ll then be cooking a vegetable biryani, all in one pot to cut down on the washing up. We’ll also learn how to create a ragout that can be served with spaghetti, put into a shepherd’s pie or spiced up into chili so one batch can last you for a several days. Finally we’ll be making a dessert, then sit around my kitchen table to eat together before finishing up at 1pm.
Classes are £45 per person and take place in my kitchen in Chalfont St Peter. The price includes all ingredients, aprons, recipe cards and you don’t even have to do the washing up. Coffee and home-made treats are served for those arriving early.
To book your place contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org