Veg Patch Kitchen Cookery Courses

Do you remember I mentioned I was ready for a new venture? Well here it is – cookery courses at my sister’s house in South Shropshire.

I originally planned to set up as a home bakery. There is still a possibility of this happening in the future but for now I am going to concentrate on the cookery courses. The idea for the tutoring came about after a discussion with my sister. She lives in a beautiful 17th century farmhouse in South Shropshire, with a large farmhouse kitchen with an electric range and a wood fired Esse. The kitchen is perfect for teaching people how to cook in a domestic setting. So we thought why not? Let’s do it! So we are.

Have a look at our new webpage at VegPatchKitchen to see more about us. Initially we are focusing on teaching the basics of bread making. We had a trial run in October which went really well, inspiring some of the participants to bake bread at home for their families for the first time. I was so pleased that the day had made a difference to their cooking habits. You can take a look at the breads they made on the day here.

Gift vouchers are available if you want to treat someone to a Christmas present that they can use in the New Year. I can’t think of a better present myself.

I am really looking forward to the new venture, meeting new people and teaching them new skills.

There will still be adventures to be had here at The Ordinary Cook. I have been doing a fair bit of baking lately. I just need some time to write the posts.

 

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18 responses to “Veg Patch Kitchen Cookery Courses

  1. The very best of luck with your new enterprise.

  2. Wonderful! It seems this is the type of thing so many think they will do “someday”… You did it! Bravo!

  3. How very exciting, Kath. Best of luck!

  4. Wow! I know how it feels to ‘just do it’, and your venture looks amazing. I’m sure you’ll do well. It all sounds so cosy and welcoming. Wishing you the best luck in the world, Kath. xCathy

  5. Well done! Your new venture sounds amazing – good luck and happy cooking.

  6. This all sounds very exciting and enterprising. Shropshire is a beautiful county to start a new venture……the best of luck!

  7. The Country Cook

    Wishing you well for your new venture,so glad you’ve found the time to do it,hope you become a baking destination for people all over the World.

  8. Oh Kath, this sounds so exciting and I’m so glad you are sticking with food as a way forward. Love, love, love this idea. Now is such a good time for this. GBBO has made baking so popular, but people need the confidence and know how to start off. Wishing you the very best of luck and success. Now

  9. Wishing you and your sister much success (and fun!) in this new venture. The VegPatch website is great. I loved seeing the picture of the glass house.
    Beautiful light.

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