Mas­ter­classes with Cooper on menu

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

UK chef Ge­orge Cooper is mak­ing a name for him­self in WA’S Mar­garet River re­gion.

The 29-year-old and his wife Kayleigh, who moved to WA in 2012 and chose to live in the South-west largely be­cause of the abun­dance of fresh pro­duce avail­able in the re­gion, is in­tro­duc­ing cook­ing mas­ter­classes to his Food by the Chef pri­vate din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences this win­ter.

Cooper will hold three classes from June 18 to July 8, including showstopping snacks, bread and tapas and choco­late.

Classes are held in his com­mer­cial kitchen in Duns­bor­ough at $95 per per­son, including lunch and a take-home recipe book. Email info@food­ to re­serve your space and visit­ for more in­for­ma­tion.

Cooper has worked in kitchens across Eng­land and Aus­tralia, was named Young Chef of the Year in 2007 and ap­peared on the first se­ries of English Masterchef the Pro­fes­sion­als.

Classy UK chef Ge­orge Cooper will pass on his ex­ten­sive knowl­edge.

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