Trainer of professional chefs, Edinburgh New Town Cookery School is marking ten years in business with the launch of ten new courses.
Since opening, the School has run over 2,500 courses, teaching more than 12,000 professionals, beginners and keen amateurs to cook who between them they have enough cracked eggs to make sufficient mayonnaise to paint the White House 8 times.
The new courses, which include: a Middle East Workshop; evening Techniques Tuesdays teaching core skills such a how to cook the perfect steak; demonstrations; supper clubs and Fringe events, will add new flavour to the already popular calendar at the School.
With students who have appeared on Masterchef, opened their own restaurants, written best-selling cookery books, or worked in the food industry, ENTCS has established itself as the finest cookery school in Scotland. It has also become renowned as a venue for high end private cookery experiences and corporate events.
Principal, Fiona Burrell, comments: “The last ten years have been hugely rewarding for us. We have seen many successful chefs graduate from our three and six month courses, as well as helped many keen cooks find a love of the kitchen.
“To mark our birthday we are launching a series of ten events and new courses, many due to popular demand. We hope to open the doors to our kitchen to many new cooks this year and for many more.”
ENTCS is a professional cookery school based in Edinburgh’s New Town. The school was founded by Fiona Burrell, formerly Principal of Leith’s School of Food and Wine. She began her career in Edinburgh and has been teaching professional cookery courses for thirty years. With courses on offer from one day tasters for amateurs, to six month professional courses, many graduates have gone on to work in some the UK’s top kitchens.view now!