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Improve Your Cooking Skills

Ashdown Manna Cookery School
Blackham, East Sussex

Ashdown Manna Cookery school's brand new kitchen on the Ashdown Forest on the Kent/Sussex border just 5 miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells is now open for business. Small groups of up to eight people can take part in hands-on, full and half day themed courses run by freelance professional chefs using fresh local produce.

Ashdown Manna Cookery School

Ashdown Manna Cookery School

A wide variety of courses include Bread Making, Italian, Middle Eastern, Pan Asian, Patisserie and Tapas. Other courses feature seasonal cooking, including Christmas and Easter, Game Cookery, Autumn Mushroom Foraging, which is usually sold out well in advance, and the ever-popular 'Men in the Kitchen' course.

Among the experienced professional chefs running the courses are the inventor of Banoffee Pie, Ian Dowding, and Erik Cavallin, who are former joint head chefs at The Hungry Monk restaurant in Jevington, near Eastbourne; local professional freelance chef Steve Cooke, the 2006 winner of BBC’s Masterchef, Peter Bayless, and creative cake maker Sarah Hale.


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