Tantalise your taste buds, enjoy every morsel with ingredients known to be good for your wellbeing. A full on day of cooking beautiful food with Emily Carey and an opportunity to talk to Liz Cooper of Yorkshire Nutrition (Registered Nutritional Therapist, MSc) in this exciting collaboration. From salads of marinated grilled chicken, asparagus & preserved lemons, and aubergine, tahini, mint & pomegranate, to chickpea & turkey meatballs, and two different fritattas – you will be spoilt for choice at what to recreate at home.
Please note it now also appears we have 2 spaces on the Healthy Eating one day course running this Sat 20th Jan, please email us if you are interested. This is a winter version of this course.
10.00 am You’ll be met by Emily & Adele and start the day with home-made cordials and herbal teas (coffee + tea also available)
10.10 am You will make two different salads: marinated grilled chicken, asparagus, freekeh & preserved lemons, and aubergine, quinoa, tahini, mint & pomegranate seeds
11.30 am You can choose between two different fritattas: Thai inspired prawn fragrant or sweet potato & spinach/chard
12.30pm Lunch where you sample some of your creations!
1.15pm Turkey, chicken and chickpea meatballs.
2.30-3pm Emily will be demonstrating some healthy snacks that you can make.
Please note that some of these dishes may be subject to some small changes.
The menu is carefully designed to include seasonal and high protein dishes to make sure that you really do get the most out of this event. Liz will be ensuring you get advice about the nutritional content of the dishes and with some healthy eating tips generally whether you have a specific goal or just like the idea of improving your overall wellbeing.
Who this one-day course is good for?
This day course is perfect for those who:
would like to increase energy levels
would like to get in shape or improve health
would like new ideas and inspiration on cooking healthy meals
Nutritional advice you will receive
Tips and advice on structuring meals
Healthy meal ideas
Advice on healthy portion sizes
Advice on how to cook in a healthier way
Emily’s courses run in the cookery school where you each have your own worktop space and utensils, two induction hobs and access to an oven / sinks. Emily has seven years experience of teaching and demonstrates all the stages of the dishes she makes whilst you make yours. ( Any support can be given.)
6 evening class courses
At these classes you make a dish (usually enough for two) to take away, sometimes with extras.
One day courses:
If it is a day course, most the dishes you make are enough for two which you would normally take-away. Occasionally Emily demonstrates dishes but this will usually be clearly stated in the course description, and you may also take this away or eat this for lunch. At the bread courses you take-away a large focaccia, your flatbreads and an Irish soda bread. (You will usually eat some of the breads you make for lunch.)
Coffee and tea are available throughout . Other complimentary glasses of wine or beer or other drinks (including home-made teas/cordials) are often provided too alongside occasional tasters…
It works out at around £32 per class for the 6 evening class courses.
One day courses -where you make several dishes or breads- are charged between £120-£130.
What to bring?
All the ingredients, an apron and copies of recipes are all provided.
You just need to bring a number of your own large plastic sealable containers to take away the dish(es) you make!
A great new cookery school in Leeds. Emily makes you fall in love with cooking. (Julie, Spanish + Taste of Latin American Cooking)
The course exceeded all my expectations, every dish has been delicious and I’ve learned so much. I’m just sad it’s all over now! (Dulcie, Taste of Latin American Cooking)
What a lovely venue – such friendly hosts and the wonderful relaxed environment. And now I feel confident to make my own bread. (Kate, Breadmaking)
I joined Emily’s East of Europe course and it was fantastic (she is also fantastic)! I met a mixture of very nice people, had fun, cooked lots of different things which I got to take home to enjoy. I shall be joined Emily’s South Asian course in September – hopefully meet lots more nice people! (Jackie, East of Europe course)
Really nice atmosphere and surroundings, very friendly tutors (Joanne, Healthy Eating course)
Delicious food to take home! (Tim, East of Europe course)
Course fully met expectations…most enjoyable, particularly the hands on part of the course. The venue is very good, particularly the size, and very well equipped… a very enjoyable and satisfactory day (Charlie, Healthy Eating course)
I have practised several of the recipes and surprised how simple they are to make (Spanish Cooking course, Frances)
I thought it was all excellent! (Aquel, East of Europe course)
Got loads of new ideas and inspiration, struggling to choose my favourites as they were all nice☺ (Karen, Taste of Latin American Cooking)
Really great…definitely interested in doing more courses.(Julie)
Nice and relaxed, clear instructions…Emily + Jade both great! (Antonia, Asian Vegetarian Cooking)
It was well taught … and a lovely experience (Noorzana, Breadmaking)
Excellent instruction- relaxed, knowledgeable, approachable – exactly what I wanted. (Paul, Breadmaking)
Very enjoyable course at just the right level. Very impressed with the facilities… all the equipment and everything you needed. Staff were great, worked at the right pace, didn’t feel rushed. The course … enabled you to learn all you needed… so you could repeat the dishes at home easily. I have recommended it to others. (Alan, East of Europe, June 2017)