As the trend for grow your own, eating locally sourced produce and home cooking continues two of the best-known brands in Devon food have combined to inspire more confidence in the county’s kitchens. Exeter’s luxury kitchen specialist Bradbury’s has developed an exclusive new cookery course using the latest Miele appliances at Woolsgrove Cookery School.
Gretchen Oldland, talented local chef and owner of Woolsgrove, will welcome up to 12 guests into her beautiful farmhouse kitchen at Woolsgrove Farm, Crediton. Over the course of a morning, guests will learn how to cook delicious dishes from scratch using locally sourced ingredients and the latest Miele technology, before enjoying a glass of wine as they tuck into the morning’s creations over lunch.
The course is perfect for anyone who loves great food and is prepared to experiment. Andy Bradbury, owner of Bradbury’s, said, “We’re thrilled to team up with Gretchen; her cookery school prides itself on using delicious local ingredients wherever possible, which matches our desire to champion products and services on our doorstep. Our guests will see a feast created in front of their eyes, and the best part is they get to enjoy the creations afterwards!”
And Bradbury’s is giving all participants a five-year extended warranty on Miele appliances when they purchase five or more within 6 months in store . A Miele home advisor will also be on hand to answer any questions about the appliances and demonstrate state of the art features that make perfect taste an easy task.
The next two courses are being held on Tuesday 18 September and Wednesday 7 November 2012 and cost just £25 per person, inclusive of all cookery tuition, lunch and drinks.
For further details, visit www.bradburysltd.co.uk/letsdolunch or call Bradbury’s on 01392 825940 to book your tickets.