Instant Banana Ice Cream

This is recipe for a quick fruit ice cream has been loved by everyone that has tried it on our Love Food Hate Waste cookery classes. We all must have had a surplus of bananas at one point in our kitchen, some just sit and get forgotten about, turning brown and squishy before we eventually just throw them away.  But did you know that you can freeze a banana?!  A great practical tip that we covered in our classes, following…

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A Christmas Supper Club

Our final Supper Club for 2015 was a sumptuous seven course feast for our guests, celebrating the start of the Festive Season and the Christmas break for our Birmingham based Cookery School. Resident Chef, Chris Hughes, designed a tempting menu for the diners to enjoy and one that really show cased his wonderful talent of creating delectable dishes. The evening started with guests being welcomed into our private dining room to enjoy the Chef’s cocktail, a “Christmas Gin Fizz’.  A…

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A Supper with Celebrity Cook Sophie Grigson

A favourite of ours at Kitchen School are our Supper Clubs.  They bring together fantastic local chefs and cooks with the best seasonal ingredients, add the lovely Birmingham diners looking for a good meal out and we don’t think you could get much better. That was until we persuaded one of Britain’s most loved cooks, author of over 20 cook books, Sophie Grigson up to Birmingham! Sophie joined us as our guest chef for our Seasonal November Supper Club and…

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Quick home salted-cod canapé

One of our favourite recipes from the Stress Free Canapés class is this tasty and very quick fish bite.  Beautiful with a garnish of twisted radish, a sprinkle of black sesame seeds and some Nasturtium Flowers or baby Nasturtium leaves. Get ahead and make the salt cod mix up to 2 days before hand, the assembled canapé can be made up to an hour before you need them. Ingredients: 150g piece cod 2 tbsp salt Tiny clove garlic, crushed 125ml olive oil…

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Kitchen School merging with Edible Eastside

The future is promising for Kitchen School. In 2015, we plan to merge with our sister garden project and create another school in Digbeth. This school will consolidate all of our thinking about farm to fork learning. We are also expanding our food supply service to restaurants and retailers. We want to your views! If you are a restaurant, chef retailer, or interested customer, please can you fill in our form or else download the survey and email it back…

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Why Bengali dishes are simply the best!

It is not just because I’m a Bengali but writing about the food is making my mouth water! Bengali cookery is the best mainly because of the simplicity of flavours and the fresh smelling taste that will set it apart from the traditional Indian restaurant food you may have tasted. Having said that, as a bit of a foodie, I love trying out recipes from the different regions of India both cooking it myself but best of all trying out…

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