COOK­ERY SCHOOLS O

Food and Travel (UK) - - 200 th Issue -

ver the last two decades peo­ple have be­come in­creas­ingly in­ter­ested in aquir­ing new skills and learn­ing to cook feeds into this per­fectly. Coun­try house ho­tels such as Eck­ing­ton Manor and Chew­ton Glen have cap­i­talised on this idea by open­ing their own cook­ery schools and a stay at the ho­tel with a class in­cluded is now a popular gift, which ties in with a UK-wide trend of gift­ing ex­pe­ri­ences over phys­i­cal ob­jects. Trav­el­ling abroad to stay at a cook­ery school is also now com­mon­place. The Anna Tasca Lanza Cook­ing School, a farm-to-fork operation in Si­cily, launched in 1989 with a hand­ful of cour­ses. Now its cal­en­der is packed with classes ev­ery day from March to Novem­ber.

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