Sheffield’s answer to Jamie Oliver is poised to serve up a treat for clueless chefs – as long as they agree to pass on the benefit to their families. Janet Coghlan, head of Coghlan’s Cookery School, is offering 16 free places on a beginners’ cookery course, each worth £150.
In the style of Jamie’s Ministry of Food, members will be taught how to make simple tasty dishes including omelette’s, roast chicken, soup, pie, curry and casserole. All equipment and ingredients will be supplied. But, unlike Jamie, Janet won’t ask her students to teach their new-found skills to others – instead, they will be expected to go home and simply cook a meal for their families.
“Children get introduced to good food at school but when they go home it’s the parents who can’t cook. So we want to target the parents,” says Janet.
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