Watch a demonstration of how to make pizza dough, then have a go at making your own individual pizzas. Over the course, you'll practice kneading dough, make homemade tomato sauce, prepare a variety of toppings and bake your very own pizzas that can be enjoyed at lunchtime with a glass of wine for the parents and fruit juice for the kids. For each adult that books, one child (upto age of 16) can join for free.
- Expert tuition at the Cookery School at Little Portland Street
- One child per adult booking is admitted free of charge
- A delicious lunch and a glass of wine
- Take home recipe cards so you can make delicious pizzas for all the family
All of the teachers at the Cookery School at Little Portland Street are experienced professionals with years of catering experience. They are also incredibly friendly, and hospitable and enjoy creating an atmosphere which is relaxed and fun.
The class will take place at the Cookery School at Little Portland Street, London W1.
Cookery School's approach to food is simple, modern and imaginative. We love sharing our ideas for delicious home-cooking and are constantly finding fresh sources of inspiration to bring to our classes. At Cookery School the atmosphere is fun and informal. We provide the skills necessary to become a confident and independent cook and all our classes have a very high proportion of hands on practice. There is always plenty of opportunity to ask questions and gain understanding of supposedly demanding techniques. Every session involves tasting all the food that has been made, further enhancing your ability to become a skilled home cook.
We're very excited to be launching The Mumsnet Academy - a brand new enterprise which aims to curate a portfolio of fantastic courses to fit around family commitments and busy working lives.
A while back we asked you what courses you would like and the programme of masterclasses, workshops, and events we've come up with is a reflection of your responses.
To help us deliver the programme we have enlisted some fabulous experts in a range of fields as well as teaming up with some great partners who have a reputation for delivering high-quality, life-changing courses.
This collaborative approach allows us to offer a programme across a range of different subjects including entrepreneurship, business, technology, social media, blogging, history of art, creative writing, publishing, gardening, philosophy, finance, fashion as well as courses concerned with self-improvement and the concept of learning to live wisely and well. Some of these courses will be skill-based, while others will explore concepts, theory and ideas.
If we've missed something you think is a must, fear not, we will be adding classes to our portfolio all the time so please drop us a line or complete the suggestion box on our website.
One of the things that we felt was important was to ensure our Academy courses are available across the UK and we are pleased to announce that we will be running events in Birmingham, Edinburgh, London and Manchester from day one. We are also keen to develop some online courses and hope to announce the first of these later this year.
While our courses are scheduled at times which are more convenient for those with young children, they are absolutely open to everyone. Ultimately, the overall aim of the Mumsnet Academy is to bring people together in a thought-provoking and fulfilling environment where there is a universal willingness to explore ideas, develop skills, and learn from experts as well from each other.