It’ll be no secret to anyone with an interest in food that cookery schools have received a dramatic increase in popularity over the last five years - we explore why this might be the case.
A Passion to Inspire are offering four colleges the chance to participate in a charity evening celebrating Yorkshire produce at The Feversham Arms on 1 December.
Would-be chefs are invited to switch sandy toes and sun-lounger queues for delicious smells and rising dough as Leiths launch their new summer cookery holidays.
The Roux family have revealed the details of the 2016 Roux Scholarship competition.
Cambridge Regional College claim the title of ‘A Passion to Inspire’ winners 2016
The Craft Guild reveal their five “exceptional” young chefs who are the next ones to watch at this year’s Craft Guild of Chefs Graduate Awards.
Emily Humphreys from Kings Norton Girls School in Birmingham has been crowned University College Birmingham’s Young Chef of the Year 2017.
Celebrating culinary students on both sides of the English Channel, four teams went head-to-head in the Entente Cordiale culinary competition at East Kent College last Thursday.
The competition has been organized to raise money for Wooden Spoon and the Teenage Cancer Trust, and will take place on the 27th September at the Leather Bottle, London.
It’s an all-York final for the Golden Apron, the search for Yorkshire’s best young chef. In the semi-final at the Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School on Saturday, eight teenage chefs from across the county cooked for a judging panel of four.
The second UK Sugar Championship, which is organised by the UK Pastry Team, has revealed its finalists for the junior and senior categories.
An initiative has been launched by Food on the Edge to encourage culinary students to attend a symposium on the future of food featuring top international chefs and food innovators.