Having run a successful cookery school in the Dordogne, Jim and Lucy Fisher came armed with a host of lip-smacking good cookery courses, which have been warmly welcomed by the people of Exeter and beyond. Indeed, they have overwhelmingly given five-star reviews on Facebook and TripAdvisor. However, even in the last year and a half since Exeter Cookery School opened its doors to members of the public, we have added some delicious new cooking classes, such as cheese making with Louise Talbot, authentic Indian cookery with Nila Ross-Patel, and a range of children’s courses led by our very own Rachel Pinnock. As well as listening to enquiries for new and exciting cookery courses, we have taken stock of the courses we currently run and have come up with a suite of new and exciting courses to tempt you with.
On 21st January, we are running an exciting Cooking with Cider cookery course to link in with the tradition of Wassail. In collaboration with Cider Space, a new event organiser and website revelling in all things apple-related, this mouth-watering cooking class will incorporate delicious sweet and savoury recipes with cider as the core inspiration.
For all the chocolate-lovers among you, we are creating a half day workshop on how to make chocolates, including the art of tempering chocolate. We are also tweaking our one-day chocolate cookery course to include the Masterchef classic, and downfall to many a Masterchef hopeful… chocolate fondant.
We have had several requests for more baking classes, so we are adding a half day sweet pastry cookery course and a half day savoury pastry workshop. Also, due to popular demand, we are adding a half day cake baking course and a one-day cake baking and dessert making cookery class. And following the success of our one-day cheese masterclass, we have decided to add a half day cheese making cooking course.
If you have an idea for a new cookery course, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org