You’ll learn how to create the ultimate Italian soul food — a beautiful aubergine parmigiana, layered with Parmesan and tomatoes. While that’s in the oven, you’ll whip up a fresh salad.
FREE ONLINE COOKING CLASS: MINISTRY OF FOOD – IN SUPPORT OF NHS WORKERS
Calling all NHS workers!
We’re offering you a FREE online cookery class, hosted by Jamie’s Ministry of Food and led by our expert chefs.
The brilliant work you do is integral to our communities, so to say thank you we’d love you to join us for a fun-packed knife skills class. Over the course of 2 hours, you’ll learn how to rustle up a nutritious, colourful stir-fry that makes a cracking mid-shift lunch or dinner. Plus, you’ll learn everything you need to know about kitchen knives – from sharpening and maintaining them, to perfecting key techniques and the professional knife grip.
You’ll leave with sharper knife skills, the confidence to whip up a veg-packed stir-fry again and again, and a seriously delicious dinner on the table.
Our chefs will show you how to master your knife skills with an 8-inch Chef’s knife. To get the most out of this session, you’ll need a Chef’s knife – or similar – preferably 8-inches long.
ABOUT JAMIE’S MINISTRY OF FOOD
We believe that every meal matters, which is why we’re on a mission to enable more people to experience the joys and benefits of cooking nutritious, sustainable and balanced meals. We work with our partners in schools, communities and workplaces to teach people of all ages how to cook, so we’re delighted to now offer all NHS workers a free online cookery class. Learn more about our programme here.
Our online classes are sold on a per household basis, so as long as everyone is in the same room, you can have as many participants as you like!
A unique Zoom link and joining instructions will be sent to all participants 48hrs before the class takes place.
Your confirmation email will include a prep sheet with a shopping list and set-up instructions for the day.
There are three dates to choose from:
23 June, 19.30pm – 21.30pm
17 September, 12.00pm – 14.00pm
18 November, 15.00pm – 17.00pm