Cookery Masterclass With Two Course Meal and Drinks for £44 at Tennent's Training Academy (60% Off)
- Led by youngest chef to win Young British Chef of the Year
- Purpose built, multi-million pound training facility
- Demonstration, Q&A, and masterclass with award-winning chef John Quinn
- Individual work station with all kitchen utensils supplied
- Two course meal cooked by participants under guidance
- Tea or coffee on arrival
- Or one glass of beer or cider on arrival
- One glass of beer, cider or wine with dinner
- Recipe sheets to take home
- £5 off next booking
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 72 hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Total course time approximately 4 hours.Original values verified 13 April 2012 at 8.35am.
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A distant cousin of Count Dracula, Count Spatula is fond of sneaking up on resting cake mixtures, stirring up the peace, and smoothing over his tracks as he leaves. Develop supernatural cooking skills with today’s Groupon: £44 for a four hour cookery masterclass with two course meal and drinks at Tennent's Training Academy.
This haven of culinary creativity infuses visitors with high-class hospitality skills by following a recipe that combines award-winning chefs with a multi-million pound training facility and a handful of likeminded enthusiasts. Pros in need of accredited qualifications, as well as dinner party amateurs, are all welcome to congregate behind the gates of the Wellpark Brewery to revel in some trade secrets. Courses cover both trade and leisure, with the centre also hosting evening events, and opening its kitchen doors for private hire.
Warming up with tea or coffee on arrival, aspiring maestros will be introduced to John Quinn as he takes them through the preparation of a two course gourmet meal. Pupils will then attempt to reproduce Quinn's masterful creation at a personal workstation equipped with all utensils, all under his expert direction,. Once complete, guests can chow down on the fruits of their labour at the chef’s table while participating in an informal question and answer session over two glasses of beer. A selection of special recipe sheets to take home, and a £5 voucher towards a subsequent booking will help to keep epicures on form.