Five Star Hotel The Grand, York Launches Virtual Cookery Classes

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Luxury hotel, The Grand, York has launched a series of new virtual cookery classes giving participants the chance to learn from an experienced head chef and grow culinary skills at home.

Led by head chef tutor Andrew Dixon, the classes will be immersive and interactive. Andrew has overseen the Cookery School at The Grand, York since its launch in 2019.

Each class is around two hours in length, and it’ll include a guided cook along. Andrew will be on hand to answer questions and provide expertise on how to craft the perfect dish. And it’s something the whole family can get involved in.

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“Extremely good fun”

“We’re excited to launch our new virtual offering by bringing the Cookery School into people’s homes. The classes are extremely good fun. And we have some great meals planned where people can put their skills to the test; or simply enjoy creating a family favourite together.” Andrew commented.

Participants will be given a recipe pack that includes a step by step guide on how to create the meal. They’ll also get a full list of ingredients and equipment required.

Simon Mahon, General Manager said, “The Cookery School has been a firm favourite for many home chefs and those that really want to add a little expertise to their cooking since its launch. And we’re keen to continue to support those wanting to build on their cooking skills at home throughout lockdown.”

The virtual classes will launch on the 9th of February with a Thai Green Curry night. And that’ll be followed by a special Valentine’s Day Beef Wellington class on the 14th. Perfect for couples looking to create a romantic meal for two at home.

To book one of the virtual cookery classes, or for more information, visit www.thegrandyork.co.uk/cookery-school or call 01904 380038. Prices from £29 per device.

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