Top culinary venue, The Cookery School at Braxted Park, is inviting people to try the very best Essex has to offer on its new course built around local produce.
The course – A Masterclass in Cooking Local Foods – will run on 13 August, and leading chef Mark Peters will teach students how to cook exciting and delicious dishes using ingredients and produce sourced from suppliers across Essex.
On the menu for the day is line caught sea bass from Brightlingsea, goats’ milk ice cream from Colchester and gin from Great Slamseys, near Braintree, as well as Maldon Sea Salt and Essex honey.
Duncan Clark, owner of The Cookery School at Braxted Park, says:
“We’re very lucky to be surrounded by suppliers of some of the best produce the UK has to offer, from salt through to gin and everything in between.
“Our new course has been designed so that students can make the most of these delicious ingredients, and create easy to prepare dishes that Essex can be really proud of.”
If you are interested in taking part in the class at the Cookery School at Braxted Park on 13 August, please visit www.BraxtedParkCookery.co.uk or call 01621 890300. Places are limited, so booking early is advisable.
About the Cookery School at Braxted Park
The Cookery School at Braxted Park combines a stunning location with award-winning chefs and a diverse range of courses to suit all abilities. Perfect for corporate hospitality and food fanatics alike, it is the ideal way to learn new skills from the some of the country’s finest chefs. Whether you are looking to explore the world of cooking with a new cuisine, throw the perfect dinner party or create the ultimate team building experience, you will find the ideal solution for you at Braxted Park.