The latest dates for our Anand George Cookery School at Purple Poppadom have been announced, for masterclasses taking place this May.
Lovely to give as a gift, or to treat yourself, this is a great opportunity to learn, cooking alongside with our multi-award winning chef in his own kitchen.
Presented by Anand himself, these masterclass sessions give you an invaluable insight into his art of Nouvelle Indian cuisine where you will also learn his top tips for great food. You will also be presented with a signed copy of Chef’s recipe book entitled ‘The 5000 Mile Journey’.
Arriving at 9.45am you will enjoy some light refreshments and then it’s time to put on your own apron and start your cooking with a small class.
After a morning of cooking, at 1 pm enjoy feasting on a lunch created by Chef Anand George and the team and question him further about his cooking techniques.
We aim to finish at approximately 1.30pm then take away the cuisine you have cooked yourself to impress friends and family at home. You will be given your own folder with the recipes, ‘The 5000 Mile Journey’ book and an apron so that you can look the part when recreating the dishes again and again at home!
The Cookery school will be held monthly on selected Saturday between 9.45am – 1.30pm on the following dates:
Saturday 24th February – Fully booked
Please book your place using the above links, priced at £165 per person.
Terms & Conditions
If you would like to purchase your ticket direct from Purple Poppadom or via telephone there will be an additional 20% fee.
If you wish to change dates more than a month before the event there will be no fee. If you wish to transfer within 30 days there will be an additional 20% fee.
If you cancel from 14 days to 30 days before the class 50% of the fee will be retained
If you cancel within 14 days prior to the event date there will be no refund unless space is filled in which case, we will retain 20% off the cost as a handling fee.
The price includes a signed copy of Chef Anand George’s recipe book ‘The 5000 Mile Journey.’