A pop-up cookery school… at Harrods
I like to shop (what girl doesn’t?), but rarely do I find myself on the second floor of
Harrods holding a freshly caught trout. Today, though, I’m not here to buy – I’m here to learn.
Headlining Harrods’ month-long Summer Kitchen event is esteemed Gloucestershire food school
Thyme at Southrop Manor
, who will be delivering demonstrations, tastings and lessons in all things culinary – from sausage-making to seasonal baking. I’m here to sample the fish class – hence the trout…
|Culinary director Daryll wields the knife|
“How are your knife skills?” asks Thyme’s culinary director Daryll Taylor.
(I’m a sub editor, not a member of the
delicious. food team)
An hour later and I have two new dishes to add to my repertoire and some handy kitchen tips. I’m pleased to report I still have 10 digits firmly intact.
|Stuffed Bibury trout with air-dried ham|
Visit The Gourmet Cookshop, Second Floor, Harrods throughout April for tastings, tips and recipe ideas.
Live cookery demonstrations will take place 6-7 April and 4-5 May.
Monday 8 April, 6pm – FISH: AN INTRODUCTION, £50
Tuesday 9 April, 6pm – ITALIAN: PERFECT PASTA, £50
Wednesday 10 April, 6pm – SAUSAGE MAKING, £40
Thursday 11 April, 6pm – BAKING, £40
Friday 12 April, 6pm – CRAB AND CRUSTACEAN, £50
Classes are ticketed and limited to six people per lesson. For more information and to book, call Harrods Concierge on 020 7730 1234 or visits Harrods.com.