About Julia Julia's Kitchen was originally founded in 2001 by Julia Cotton as The Junior Cookery Workshops. It caught the imagination of both the national press and television and was sponsored by Sainsbury's and Morphy Richards. Julia spent some years catering for cast and crew in TV and film in Hollywood, Los Angeles it is during this time that Julia's wealth of knowledge about fusion food really developed. She wrote for a number of publications including a regular column in foodie magazine and for The Guardian newspaper. Julia ran workshops at Fortnum and Mason in London and various food festivals. After taking a few years out to work on private catering and teaching jobs Julia relaunched as Julia's Kitchen, The Real Food Cookery School in 2009. About the workshops All of our cookery classes are hands-on and so our guests leave with the confidence of how to recreate what they have made in their own homes. Most of our public daytime classes run between 10.00-2.00ish, mostly on Saturdays. We believe we fit in as much if not more than many cookery schools do in a 5 or 6 hour workshop (and are a lot cheaper!) we do the boring bits for you such as weighing and washing up! You will usually be offered a light lunch and complimentary wine but instead of eating all the food at the end; our feedback tells us that most people want to take it home to share with friends and family.

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About Julia Julia's Kitchen was originally founded in 2001 by Julia Cotton as The Junior Cookery Workshops. It caught the imagination of both the national press and television and was sponsored by Sainsbury's and Morphy Richards. Julia spent some years catering for cast and crew in TV and film in Hollywood, Los Angeles it is during this time that Julia's wealth of knowledge about fusion food really developed. She wrote for a number of publications including a regular column in foodie magazine and for The Guardian newspaper. Julia ran workshops at Fortnum and Mason in London and various food festivals. After taking a few years out to work on private catering and teaching jobs Julia relaunched as Julia's Kitchen, The Real Food Cookery School in 2009.
About the workshops All of our cookery classes are hands-on and so our guests leave with the confidence of how to recreate what they have made in their own homes. Most of our public daytime classes run between 10.00-2.00ish, mostly on Saturdays. We believe we fit in as much if not more than many cookery schools do in a 5 or 6 hour workshop (and are a lot cheaper!) we do the boring bits for you such as weighing and washing up! You will usually be offered a light lunch and complimentary wine but instead of eating all the food at the end; our feedback tells us that most people want to take it home to share with friends and family.

Onlinewebservice.co.uk ©️The Real Food Cookery School 2016