cooking lessons on offer at Burnham-On-Sea Food Festival
month's Burnham-On-Sea Food and Drink Festival will offer visitors
the chance to learn new cooking skills for free.
10th festival, which has been rebranded as 'Eat: Burnham', will
be held on Saturday 27th May.
Cookery School will be running four drop-in sessions at 11am, 12.30pm,
2pm and 3.30pm in Somerset Skills and Learning Centre in Princess
Godfrey will be leading the hands-on workshops which will enable
visitors to experiment with exciting flavours and bring out the
best in early summer vegetables.
a group, visitors to the sessions will create a zingy peanut, lime
and ginger dressing for a rice and carrot noodle salad; a Japanese
influenced dressing for spiralised courgettes; and a creamy dill
dressing for cucumber ribbons.
will also be able to create their own bespoke version of the nation's
favourite dip, hummus.
will be plenty of opportunities to taste, adjust, share and discuss,
before taking away the recipes for use at home.
sessions will be suitable for adults and families with children
aged 7+. Just turn up on the day to reserve a place.
by Delicious in Taunton, Chrissie Godfrey has been cooking for vegetarian
and vegan pop-up events since 2013.
have some great restaurants in the town, but the offering for vegetarians
is generally limited. As a lifelong passionate cook, I wanted to
show people just how amazing and versatile the range of vegetable
based dishes can be."
idea of 'pop up dining' took off in our major cities, wended its
way to the West Country, and I've been popping up in different venues
has taught cooking classes in local community centres and currently
also teaches a weekly class to people who have experienced homelessness
at Open Door, Taunton's drop in centre for rough sleepers.
O'Mahony, from Hawksmoor Investment Management told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"We are very proud to be sponsoring the Cookery Schools at
EATs award-winning Food and Drink Festivals this summer."
is an independent, West Country-based business focused on responsibly
managing the wealth entrusted to our care. We are committed to our
local presence and to being part of the communities we serve and
are therefore delighted to work with EAT to showcase our local,
festivals celebrate what is best about living in Somerset
a vibrant food culture and a strong sense of community. The Hawksmoor
Cookery School will be fun - possibly messy! and help the
most inexperienced foodie to become a Master Chef. We
look forward to seeing you there."