French Bistro or Just Desserts Cookery Course for £49 at The Olive Grove Cookery School (64% Off)
- Highly-trained culinary experts
- Courses include fish cookery and dinner party coaching
- Catering for weddings, parties, and major events
- Choice of French Bistro or Just Desserts cookery course
- Courses run 9.30am – 2.30pm
- Mix of demonstrations and hands on cooking
- Halal and kosher requirements catered for
- 50% off next course if booked on the same day
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/the-olive-grove-cookery-school from 2 February 2012 at Midday. 48 hour cancellation policy. Courses run 9.30am-2.30pm on selected days, subject to demand (minimum 5 people required for course to run). Limited weekend availability. Halal and kosher meat options available.
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Seemingly meant for a career in the kitchen, martial artists are great with chopping boards and making food with a kick to it. Create hard-hitting tastes with today’s Groupon: £49 for a French Bistro or Just Desserts cookery class at The Olive Grove Cookery School.
Tickling taste buds across the country, The Olive Grove Cookery School educates fledgling spice-aficionados through a range of innovative culinary courses. Plating up wisdom among the grandeur and history of Noseley Hall, the taste technicians offer a range of courses on fish cookery, French bistro, and sweet-sensational desserts. The company also offer lavish catering options for weddings, parties, or Tuesday afternoons when the hunger strikes.
Skipping into the verdant surroundings of Noseley Hall, patrons can enjoy a cooking course, running from 9.30am-2.30pm. After choosing Parisian flavours in the French Bistro course, with influences from the Mediterranean and the Far East, or satiate sweet teeth with the Just Desserts course, customers will gain crucial skills in seasonal flavours and tailored tastes. After a morning of demonstration and hands on cooking, trainee chefs will be able to sample to the fruits of their labour over lunch, and take home surplus desserts as evidence of their new-found prowess.