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The brainchild of talented Chefs Cat Sheppard and Amy Corbett, the principles of Mountain Thyme is that they believe great food doesn’t have to be complicated; and with a little guidance and a sprinkling of inspiration they can get anyone cooking delicious food that everyone wants to eat. Mountain Thyme Cookery School's aim is to help you create food you can be proud of, without any of the stress.
Established in 2005, the Manna from Devon Cooking School and Bed and Breakfast is run by Holly and David Jones. They teach cooking skills to small groups in the relaxed environment of our Victorian home overlooking the beautiful River Dart in South Devon. We also have two beautiful bed and breakfast rooms. They believe that cooking should be free of stress or anxiety, and structure courses to emphasise hands-on practice of good, basic culinary techniques rather than slavishly following a particular recipe. In this way they hope to impart to their students the confidence to cook intuitively, to trust their senses, and to have fun while doing so!
Established in 2005, the International Centre for Culinary Arts (ICCA), is an industry centred vocational education training (VET) centre. It is amongst the Top 10 Culinary Institutes in the World and has been awarded the 'Recognition of Quality Culinary Education' by the World Chefs.
Riverine Rabbit are a restaurant co-owned by Ash Heeger and her sister, Mandy van Der Berg, and they strive to promote and encourage the sustainable use of natural resources. Wherever possible, their ingredients are locally sourced, from freshly caught fish to foraged herbs and everything in between.
Silwood School of Cookery is South Africa’s most acclaimed cookery school – the first step on the culinary journey of many well-known chefs, food producers and food writers around the world. Silwood is also SA’s longest established cookery school, with over 54 years of 3 generations of chefs, we have developed our cookery courses to the highest levels, earning us an international reputation of excellence. Situated in leafy Rondebosch, Cape Town’s top educational suburb, the school is an original 17th century Cape farm. The stables have been converted into state of the art kitchens, giving a feeling of rich heritage and tradition combined with the new and cutting edge facility. At Silwood, we believe that the best chefs have a deep understanding of the ingredients they cook with, so students learn how to grow and harvest their own produce in our organic vegetable and herb gardens.