Kitchen School offers Gastro Card members 10% discount for Ex-Master Chef Finalist Dinners
Jayne Bradley-Ghosh at Kitchen School is offering Gastro Card members an opportunity to meet her guest chef Claire Hutchings, the well known ex Masterchef finalist and home grown talent.
Claire is currently working at a Michelin Starred restaurant in Mallorca, but is coming back to Birmingham for Christmas. She will be cooking exclusively in Birmingham for diners at Kitchen School, who will be treated to a seasonal tasting menu with wines and cookery at its highest level.
Claire Hutchings Christmas Supper Club is on Friday 19th & Saturday 20th December. Tickets are £80, which includes a tasting menu, wines to match and a demonstration of Claire’s Michelin level cooking skills. Tickets can be purchased online at the website www.kitchenschool.co.uk/supper-club/
About Kitchen School:
On an unassuming residential street off the Hagley Road, you could miss the latest food business to open in Edgbaston. Expect the unexpected; a cookery school and private dining club occupies the ground floor of an imposing Victorian Villa.
Jayne Bradley, Director of Kitchen School has turned her own kitchen into a cookery school and admits herself she is amazed at the positive reponse from her pupils to her cookery-at-home offer.
As Jayne states, “I wasn’t sure people would want to come to my house, but people say they feel more relaxed in the informal and familiar surroundings of a real kitchen”.
Kitchen School has just added a Seasonal Supper Club to the programme where a set menu of three courses is served in the dining room where she says the lesson is a masterclass in taste, flavour and celebrating the seasons.
For December her guest chef is the well known ex masterchef finalist and home grown talent, Claire Hutchings.
Claire is currently working at a Michelin Starred restaurant in Mallorca but is coming back to Birmingham for Christmas. She will be cooking exlusively in Birmingham for diners at Kitchen School, who will be treated to a seasonal tasting menu with wines and cookery at its highest level.
Jayne says “I cannot wait to work with Claire whose food I’ve admired since seeing her on Masterchef. I think having Claire will help to put the school firmly on the culinary map.”
Kitchen School works with Chef Lecturer Chris Hughes from BMET and other professional chefs to deliver the classes. They even grow their own ingredients at their market garden in Digbeth, called Edible Eastside. Jayne’s vision has always been to bring a farm to fork experience to the city.
Typical classes range from The Perfect Steak masterclass, Kids Club to how to make stocks from scratch. Classes are informal, wine is often served. The aim is to make cookery fun and a memorable day out.
Kitchen School opened in May 2014 and is now developing long term proposals for a food school in Birmingham.
To find out more contact Jayne Bradley by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kitchen School information and course information is on the website www.kitchenschool.co.uk