Get Cooking! is an exciting new social enterprise that provides cooking lesson courses teaching people to make Simple Good Food. These are usually over 10 weeks although vary. Each class usually lasts 1 and a half to two hours. We use training kitchens in different Academy’s around Leeds, although our main base is at the new Leeds East Academy where we have a new 'accessible' training kitchen where the majority of our courses are hosted.
Get Cooking! teaches basic methods using simple and fresh ingredients. Lessons revolve around particular skills or types of dishes to help you to learn. Customers take away not only the food made ( which is usually a dish for 2) but skills for life…
Get Cooking! lessons are fun and sociable… It’s all about enjoying food and cooking!
Get Cooking! is about making learning inclusive. Get Cooking! works with people with disabilities .Lessons can be accessible to people with sensory, mobility and cognitive impairments or mental health problems. Different courses are designed to meet different needs.
Get Cooking! lessons are open to anyone who wants to learn to cook. Courses are designed according to the needs of each group and dishes have a particular theme
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Becky, known as the Travelling Tea Lady, specialises in baking with local seasonal produce, much of which she grows and picks herself. She is passionate about using the best of what is growing around us and wants to share this with you & help you improve your baking with new taster baking courses she is running in the brand new Leeds Cookery School in Leeds.
An exciting new course led by Emily Carey where you cook a range of Spanish Dishes. This course runs over 8 evening classes in our new cookery school.
Think of this as an introduction to bread making at its very simplest. In our new cookery school you will get round the table with others but each make your own flatbreads and learn how to create a Focaccia dough.
This course proved be so popular we are delighted to offer this again, this time in our lovely new cookery school. At the six weekly evening classes you make a different dish each week.
Join wild food specialist Lisa Cutcliffe of Edulis for a full-on day of foraging and cooking with our finds. In the morning, we’ll go on a foraging expedition to introduce some seasonal wild foods and show you just how many wonderful ingredients grow right on our doorstep! Then at the cooking school, we’ll learn how to prepare sweet and savoury dishes using our foraged finds as well as other interesting plants, fungi and seaweeds from nature’s larder.
Here you will spend the day with Andy and Steve, making Craft Ale from scratch. Using the same methods as microbrewers but on a scale suitable for a domestic kitchen, you will use water, malt, hops and yeast to make a beer you will be proud of.