Masterchef Cookery School With Head Chef, Stuart Phillips
Next date – Sunday 31st January & Sunday 28th February 2016
Many tasty seasonal dishes being cooked from scratch – watch this space for full Itinerary, book now to avoid disappointment.
Sample Itinerary from Sunday 25th January 2015
Arrival 10am, Tea & Coffee on arrival : Short tour of the Herb Garden
Morning Session – Prepare and cook
Celery & Onion Bread
Salmon & Fennel Chowder
Venison Casserole with Dark Stout, Chilli Chocolate & Bacon & Mushroom Dumplings
Breast of Pheasant Stuffed with Sage & Walnuts served with Port Wine Sauce
Afternoon Session – Prepare and cook:
Mackerel Fillet with Gomashio, Fennel Salad & Tomato Salsa
Tortellini of Squash with Sage & Lemon Butter
Cardamom Scented Pear Pannacotta with Cumin Shortbread
Finish roughly 5.30pm – Take home all you’ve made
Reservations@hundredhouse.co.uk 01952 580240
Talk to a member of staff today and book your space!
£149 per person. Reservations@hundredhouse.co.uk 01952 580240
MASTERCHEF SCHOOL WITH HEAD CHEF – STUART PHILLIPS
No shouting in this kitchen, just oodles of fun while you learn how to impress with your cooking under the guidance of Head Chef Stuart Phillips. Action packed day, learning lots of new skills, enjoy lunch and you get to take away what you have cooked.
£149 per person
See the video below to get a flavour for how the kitchen works at The Hundred House Hotel. You’ll also see how Stuart collects local ingredients for his recipes.
Stuart aims to pass on experience, knowledge and interesting ideas to anybody of any ability. As long as you can tie an apron, you’re in !
“CHEF FOR A DAY ”
A love of food and drink is a passion to be shared as Bruce McMichael and eight fellow cooks found out under the watchful eyes of Hundred House Hotel’s Stuart Phillips
YOU can spend a lifetime learning about new combinations of flavours, testing out new gadgets or having a companionable time around the stove, or you can spend a day in a professional kitchen. We British watch hours of TV celebrity chefs yelling, and swearing and generally making out that life in a busy restaurant is not fun. Commercial kitchens are hot, dangerous and stressful places – but they also hum with drama and passion.
Along with a big dollop of new skills to rake home, this was what our brigade of domestic cooks were looking for as we sipped our morning coffee in Shropshire’s award-winning Hundred House Hotel . . . . more
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For information about the first Masterchef day, read the article from the Shropshire Magazine (see link below):
“FIRST CATCH YOUR SPINACH . . . “
By Nathan Rous wrting in the Shropshire Magazine