Mother's Day Cookery Courses


Why not treat your mum this Mother's Day to a cookery course experience at one of the UK's top cookery schools?

It could be you fancy creating a sumptuous high tea at the WI, perfecting a mouth-watering Persian chicken and bitter chocolate and passion fruit mousse at the great Leiths School of Food and Wine. At world-renowned Squires Kitchen you can hone your sugar flower skills and do some female bonding cooking together at a mother and daughter class. You can get ninja knife skills on board and get your nails done afterwards at Michel Roux Jnr School at Cactus Kitchens, who have teamed up with award-winning nail bar London Grace for their Mother's day package.

For more information about tuition with the UK's top chef tutors at beautiful locations nationwide contact Kate Baily at kate@indepedentcookeryschools.co.uk or visit www.independentcookeryschools.co.uk

Mother's Day Courses:

Tante Marie


Description: Saturday 25th March 2017 – 9.30am – 1.00pm

£50 Children are invited to come and spend a morning at The Restaurant at Tante Marie making delicious cupcakes to decorate beautifully and take home for Mum to enjoy this Mothering Sunday. Ideally suited to 7 - 12 year olds. To make this Mother's Day extra special, why not follow this course with Afternoon Tea in The Restaurant at Tante Marie?

Michel Roux Jnr School at Cactus Kitchens: Mother's Day Package https://www.cactuskitchens.co.uk/vouchers/

Cactus are linking up with London Grace, the award-winning nail bar, to offer a special package for Mother's Day. The offer will be to enjoy a Knife Skills – The Roux Way Experience with afternoon tea, followed by a top notch nail treatment and glass of fizz at their Clapham location just around the corner from us. Perfect for mums or mums and daughters.

Cookery School at Little Portland St:  Ultimate Afternoon Tea class on 26th March

This is the ultimate Afternoon Tea! This alternative afternoon tea is the perfect way to get together with friends or family and do something a bit different. In this class, you will learn to make your own afternoon tea, including a range of quintessentially British cakes, sandwiches, pastries and, of course, scones.

At the end of the class you will sit down to enjoy what you have made as a class, all presented on a lovely tea stand, with a glass of British sparkling wine or a cup or two of Tregothnan Cornish tea.


WI Cookery School: Mother and Daughter weekend


A weekend packed with workshops, fun and entertainment to bring the generations together: mothers, daughters, grandmothers, granddaughters, aunts, nieces, sisters or friends. Learn a selection of new skills in the stunning environs of Denman and spend some quality time with your nearest and dearest. This includes three workshops with all materials or ingredients, two nights of accommodation, a cookery demonstration on the Friday night, Saturday night entertainment, welcome drinks, breakfast, lunch and three-course dinners.

Leiths: Mother's Day Gifts


What better way to pamper your mum over the Mother's Day weekend than by taking a cookery class together at the renowned Leiths School of Food and Wine? Set up by Great British Menu judge Prue Leith in 1975, the school now operates from impressive custom built premises in West London. On Saturday 25th March, you and your mum can learn to make mouth-watering Persian chicken, Caponata, and Catalan fish stew with Alan Rosenthal, founder of stew'd. Or give in to pure indulgence on the Leiths Chocolate Puddings class, which will see you making dishes like Chocolate meringues with warm vanilla raspberries and Bitter chocolate and passion fruit mousse. If you'd rather visit your mum and buy her a gift, Leiths have over 400 classes and courses to choose from, with prices starting at £60. You can either book her onto a specific class or buy her a voucher. They also sell great gifts like their seminal cookery books and fancy professional knives made from Japanese steel. Find out more at Leiths.com.

Squires Kitchen Cookery School: Key Skills: Sugar Flowers on 28th-29th March:


A lovely course to give as a Mother's Day gift – mothers and daughters (or sons if they are interested in sugar flowers) can attend together. Over two days, learn how to create wired roses, sweet peas, delicate filler flowers and foliage to create a beautiful, colourful posy.

SK tutor Fran Willoughby will take you through the essential tools and equipment needed for making sugar flowers. She will teach you the techniques and processes required to create realistic wired flowers, pulled flowers and foliage.


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