102 Cookery School set to launch

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102 Cookery School is a cutting-edge destination for novice and experienced cooks alike to learn about food, drink and gastronomy. Set in a stunning church conversion on Bristol’s bustling Gloucester Road, 102 will offer a variety of classes in a fun and informal atmosphere. Throughout June 2012, 102 Cookery school will host a month of cookery showcases every Saturday for the Bristol public to visit the venue and see first hand the fantastic Samsung branded facilities. These will start in June 2012. All subsequent cookery courses can be booked at these events as well as online via www.102cookeryschool.co.uk.

The 102 Cookery School, which is being launched by leading kitchen appliance retailer Nailsea Electrical in affiliation with Samsung, will play host to a number of classes and courses, including ‘demonstration and dine’ evenings led by the south west’s finest Michelin Starred and AA Rosette rated chefs, many of whom make up the member base of prestigious industry networking group The Chefs’ Forum.

Ben and Pete Gilks, directors of Nailsea Electrical and 102, said “After expanding our business by opening a fully working showroom, we have seen that the public have a genuine interest in food and the methods by which it is cooked to get the best results. We’ve been inspired by this to create a food and drink venue like no other and are very excited for the launch in April.”

Classes will range from Knife Skills to Bread Master Classes to Tutored Wine Tastings. Courses are designed to suit beginners as well as experienced cooks and foodies. Authentic ethnic classes are also on offer including Indian, Thai and Jamaican. All classes, courses and events involve tasting, but most include eating what you’ve made in the class, so at the end of a few hours in the kitchen, you’ll be able to enjoy the results in a beautiful, relaxing dining area.

As well as classes, 102 Cookery School will host exciting opportunities to meet and cook with leading chefs. Events already planned include seasonal foraging and cooking along with wild food ‘demonstration and dine’ evenings with expert Toby Gritten (who appeared on Channel 4’s Jamie’s Great Britain last November) and monthly live cookery and wine paring with Michelin Starred Josh Eggleton of The Pony and Trap. Ronne Faulkner of Ronnies of Thornbury & The Muset by Ronnie, Christopher Wicks of Bells Diner and Peter Gorton of Masterchef fame will also be gracing 102’s top notch Samsung kitchens on a regular basis.

102’s purpose-built cookery school features state of the art, Jamie Oliver-endorsed Samsung kitchen appliances including Samsung Dual Cook ovens, Samsung AnyPlace induction hobs and Samsung Steam Compacts, so as well as learning new skills, everyone will have a chance to use the best quality hobs and ovens that money can buy.

Nick Bevan, Product Manager for Samsung Home Appliances said “Samsung is thrilled to be part of 102 Cookery School. We’re excited to work with top local chefs in Samsung’s very first UK cookery school venture and are looking forward to giving everyone the opportunity to use our leading technology.”

 

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