Ladies who lunch

    This class offers a fun and interactive way to learn about simple yet sophisticated food, whilst meeting other ladies with a similar passion for food.


    Cooking class hosted by The Avenue Cookery School

    Beginners welcome

    3 hour class

    The Avenue Cookery School, SW18


    What you'll learn

    This class offers a fun and interactive way to learn about simple yet sophisticated food, whilst meeting other ladies with a similar passion for food.

    In this class

    After all the students have been warmly welcomed and introduced to one another, everyone will observe a demonstration by our esteemed chef who will demonstrate recipes and useful cooking tips. These techniques will be practiced by the students later on in the class, and used for the rest of their lives!

    After the cooking has finished you will sit down to enjoy your delicious meal in a sociable and fun environment.

    Now you can

    • Meet new people who all share a love food
    • Create these recipes at home
    • Pass on your knowledge and skills to friends and family

    Eat

    All ingredients ands cooking paraphernalia will be provided as well as fresh homemade bread and a glass of wine (if you wish).


    Did you know?

    Did you know that in English-speaking countries during the eighteenth century, lunch was originally called 'dinner', which is still used regularly to mean a noontime meal in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and some parts of England, and also in some parts of Canada and the United States?


    Class location

    The Avenue Cookery School, Wandsworth

    3 Enterprise Way

    SW18 1EJ

    London



    Dates & times

    Thu 9 Nov, 10:30am - 1:30pm


    None of the dates work for you? Let the host know and you will be notified when new dates are added.


    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.