News from Edinburgh New Town Cookery School

We’ve cooked up some delicious last minute Christmas gift ideas...

What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?

A visit to most-expensive.com might give you some fairly exclusive ideas for this Christmas.   Elizabeth Taylor’s jewellery collection sold for £75 million at Christie’s in December 2011 making somebody very, very happy.

Or how about a rather more modestly priced trip into space on the Virgin Galactic?  Already 630 intrepid adventurers have paid their deposits of $250,000.

And the winner is...

It’s the cookery school awards season and we’ve been delighted with our recognition this year.

Five years after starting out it’s a real fillip to find yourself rubbing shoulders with the very best.

Finalists of the British Cookery School Awards announced!

We were very pleased to discover that Edinburgh New Town Cookery School has been nominated as a finalist in three categories of the British Cookery School Awards 2013. The categories are: Best Scottish Cookery School, Best Recreational Day course from a Large Cookery School and Best Professional Course from a Large Cookery School. We will find out who has won on 11th November 2013. This is great recognition of all the hard work the staff, teachers and students do at the school and we will be keeping our fingers crossed.

Authentic Italian Christmas

On 30th November 2013 we are very happy to welcome back Mattia Camorani to Edinburgh New Town Cookery School. Mattia is Head Chef at Cucina Restaurant, Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh and In July he held a very successful Italian Kitchen Cookery Course at the cookery school. In November he will be concentrating on Italian seasonal favourites. He will show how to make each of the dishes before everyone goes into the kitchen to cook it for themselves. 

One Month Course - where will it lead?

One Month Cookery Course at The Edinburgh New Town Cookery School - where will it lead?

Ever wondered what ski instructors do during the summer?

Meet Michelle Logan, one time ski instructor, now full time chef.

While Michelle always looked forward to the winter months, the summer never seemed quite as appealing. That is, until she realised a cookery course would give her the skills and ability to be able to work and travel the whole year through.

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