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The Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy helps you get the most out of your Riverford Organic Veg Box

 

Bristol’s premier cookery school, The Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy, is proud to announce a new partnership with Riverford Organic, the organic veg box company. Together they will be running weekly classes in Clifton top help consumers get the most out of their Riverford Organic veg boxes.

These evening courses start on 22nd May at 7pm – to be one of the first to take part in these specially created courses contact Barbora on 0117 973 2823 or visit www.thedevilledegg.com for more details and availability.

Barbora, founder of The Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy, explains the new course: “We all know vegetables are good for us, but this course aims to get people excited about vegetables. You will learn how to create a range of delicious, brightly coloured, beautiful dishes that are quick and simple to make at home.

“You will learn what to do with seasonal vegetables which will ensure you get the most out of your veg box and improve your diet and satisfy your taste buds.”

For those who would like to be able to recreate the dishes at home, recipe sheets will be provided and you’ll be able to order your vegetables to arrive at your door the same week from Riverford Organic.

All the dishes will be made courtesy of Riverford Organic vegetables. Riverford Organic provides the highest quality, 100% organic produce direct from their farm in Devon to your door, saving you time and money.

The Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy is run by charismatic chef and foodie Barbora Stiess and aims to bridge the gap between ‘fine dining’ and home cooking. Founder and head chef Barbora Stiess studied at Leith’s School of Food and Wine and subsequently trained under Michelin Starred chef Michael Caines.

Classes at The Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy range from £45 to £250. For a full list of classes please visit http://www.thedevilledegg.com/.

 

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