Course in Food and Beverage Studies in Greater London in United Kingdom

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Food and Beverage Studies

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Food and beverage studies is a broad field that includes the production of food and the physical, chemical and biological sciences involved with that production. It also includes the storage, transportation and consumption of food and beverages.

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Key Cooking Skills Course – Part 1

Leiths School of Food and Wine
Campus Full time 5 days July 2017 United Kingdom London

Our five day Key Cooking skills course is ideal for those who are new to cooking or have limited experience and want learn the fundamental skills for cooking success. [+]

Course Studies in Food and Beverage Studies in Greater London in United Kingdom. Our five day Key Cooking skills course is ideal for those who are new to cooking or have limited experience and want learn the fundamental skills for cooking success. Learning with those of a similar skills level you will cook your way through a delicious selection of recipes designed to help you develop a broad range of skills. By the end of the week you will be amazed by how much you have achieved. Suitable for Adults who are new to cooking Adults with little experience or low confidence in the kitchen Those wishing to improve their kitchen skills Part 2 will takes place in April and July and covers further fundamental cooking skills and cooking for dinner parties. These courses can be taken in any order or as a two week course in July. What You'll Learn You will be introduced to kitchen basics including knife skills how to follow a recipe when to weigh ingredients Kitchen organisation Stocks and soups Egg cooking Shortcrust pastry Roasting meat Bread making Fish preparation and cooking Use of gelatine Baking Flour thickened sauces Simple buffet ideas Sample recipes Hummus and crudités Leek and gruyere tart BLT salad with soft boiled eggs Thai beef salad Rosemary focaccia Grilled lime and parsley lemon sole with crushed new potatoes Roast pork with apple sauce and roast potatoes Orange and passion fruit jelly Peach melba Chocolate brownie What is included: A Leiths apron A Leiths How to Cook book A recipe booklet All ingredients provided and weighed out for you in advance We do the washing up! What you need to bring: Flat soled shoes Long trousers and a long sleeved top are advisable A notebook and pencil Allergies and Intolerances: We are happy to make adjustments where possible Some classes are however unsuitable for people with particular intolerances – where the menu would need to be completely different We need 10 days notice to be able to properly check the class, adjust order/write/adjust recipes [-]

Boot Camp Course, Over 18’s – Part 1

Leiths School of Food and Wine
Campus 5 days December 2016 United Kingdom London

This fun packed, one week introduction to cooking is perfect for those with a passion for food and entertaining and ideal for those heading to university or into the working world. Filled with practical tips and techniques for the budding chef and ending with a fun and creative cook off as students put their new found skills to the test. [+]

This fun packed, one week introduction to cooking is perfect for those with a passion for food and entertaining and ideal for those heading to university or into the working world. Filled with practical tips and techniques for the budding chef and ending with a fun and creative cook off as students put their new found skills to the test. Sample recipes: Salmon baked with a rocket pesto crust Lamb wraps with harissa dressing and tzatziki Chocolate roulade What is included: A Leiths apron A Leiths How to Cook book A recipe booklet All ingredients provided and weighed out for you in advance Lunch of your own making What you need to bring: Flat soled shoes Long trousers and a long sleeved top are advisable A pad and pencil Allergies and Intolerances: We are happy to make adjustments where possible. Some classes are however unsuitable for people with particular intolerances – where the menu would need to be completely different. We need 10 days notice to be able to properly check the class, adjust order/write/adjust recipes. [-]

Boot Camp Course, Over 16’s - Part 1

Leiths School of Food and Wine
Campus Full time 5 days July 2017 United Kingdom London

This fun packed, one week introduction to cooking is perfect for those with a passion for food and entertaining and ideal for those heading to sixth form or into the working world. Filled with practical tips and techniques for the budding chef and ending with a fun and creative cook off as students put their new found skills to the test. [+]

Course Studies in Food and Beverage Studies in Greater London in United Kingdom. This fun packed, one week introduction to cooking is perfect for those with a passion for food and entertaining and ideal for those heading to sixth form or into the working world. Filled with practical tips and techniques for the budding chef and ending with a fun and creative cook off as students put their new found skills to the test Sample recipes: Salmon baked with a rocket pesto crust Lamb wraps with harissa dressing and tzatziki Chocolate roulade What is included: A Leiths apron A Leiths How to Cook book A recipe booklet All ingredients provided and weighed out for you in advance Lunch of your own making What you need to bring: Flat soled shoes Long trousers and a long sleeved top are advisable A pad and pencil Allergies and Intolerances: We are happy to make adjustments where possible. Some classes are however unsuitable for people with particular intolerances – where the menu would need to be completely different. We need 10 days notice to be able to properly check the class, adjust order/write/adjust recipes. [-]

The Art of Baking

Cookery School at Little Portland Street
Campus Part time 3 days Open Enrollment United Kingdom London

Our baking course is an intensive three day series that takes you through the key principles of cakes, pastry and bread. [+]

If you fancy yourself as the next Mary Berry then this is the course for you. This intensive three day series takes you through the key principles of cakes, pastry and bread. Each day you will enjoy a light breakfast of freshly baked goods before setting to work to learn techniques and skills, prepare you ingredients and recipes and cook a varied menu. At the end of each class you will sit down to eat a light lunch and try everything you have made as well as recap the recipes with the chefs. Day 1: Cakes & Sweet Pastry In this session you will make a pate sucrée, a sweet pastry which must be chilled before baking; meringues – understand your egg whites and make delicate macaroons; cakes – explore cake baking, looking at butter cakes, oil based cakes and quick cakes. Take your pate sucrée and turn it into an apple pie and a seasonal fruit tart before finishing the session by preparing and adding the toppings to your freshly baked cakes. Once this is done you will be ready to sit down to eat. Day 2: Pies & Savoury Pastry Our second class focuses on short crust pastry and puff pastry. You will make your own puff pastry and short crust to take home and experiment with further. Using both techniques you will make a vegetable quiche, Cornish pasties and chicken and mushroom pie with short crust, a Provencal tomato tart, sausage rolls, cheese straws and sweet French palmiers with the puff. After all that you will sit down to eat! Day 3: Quick Breads, Yeast Breads & Croissants Starting with quick bread we will delve into the principles of making scones, muffins and cornbread. Learn about yeast breads, this will include making a granary and wholemeal loaf, understand the versatility of white bread and make flat bread, focaccia and pizza dough. Bake a traditional plaited Chollah bread, and lastly, use your learning from day 2 & 3 and roll and make you own croissant. Lunch and a final recap of the three days will conclude the course. [-]