After School Cookery Class

    This class counts toward the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver skill section and imparts great cooking skills for later life as well as now.


    Cooking class hosted by The Avenue Cookery School

    Beginners welcome

    1.5 hour class

    The Avenue Cookery School, SW18


    What you'll learn

    For children aged 10-15 years, this after school class helps young people get to grips with the basics of cooking, food preparation and kitchen safety. This class counts toward the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver skill section and imparts great skills for later life as well as now.

    In this class

    Alongside acquiring the following skills;

    • How to cook different dishes
    • Knife Skills
    • Kitchen management
    • Different cooking skills and technique

    Each session of the After-School Class teaches students aged 10-15 years to create a different dish, these are;

    • 21st March - Macaroni and Cheese
    • 28th March - Ballotine of Chicken
    • 25th April - Knife Skills
    • 2nd May - Pad Thai
    • 9th May - Dim Sum
    • 23rd May - Lentil Salad
    • 6th June - Spring Rolls
    • 13th June - Hotpot
    • 20th June - Eggless Chocolate Cupcakes

    Now you can

    • Cook a variety of different meals
    • Apply the skills learned to other recipes and culinary inventions
    • Surprise friends and family members by rustling up something new for dinner

    Eat

    Each student will cook a delicious meal or snack which can be eaten on-site or taken home top enjoy later, whilst each session will provide a recipe top take home for practice and future reference.


    Did you know?

    Benjamin J. Perry set a world record in 2014 with a 40-hour long cooking marathon. Luckily for you, our courses are delivered in 90-minute sessions.


    Class location

    The Avenue Cookery School, Wandsworth

    3 Enterprise Way

    SW18 1EJ

    London



    About your host, The Avenue Cookery School

    The Avenue Cookery School is a family-run leaning business based in Wandsworth in South West London. The owner and head chef Diana began her career as a chalet chef before discovering her entrepreneurial side and founding a number of specialist food ventures. Infamously, Diana taught at The Grange Cookery School in Somerset for 7 years before starting The Avenue, where she has been ever since.

    Diana is supported by her son Richard and daughter Sophie.

    The food at The Avenue can be considered classic chic but full of fun twists and turns (ranging from macaroon masterclasses to gluten free baking to simple supper classes). All the classes are taught in the school's beautiful kitchen facilities in a relaxed environment.

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    Flexible cancellation policy

    Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.