Masterchef winner 2013 Natalie Coleman is back at St Luke’s Cookery School on the 27 May to do two cookery sessions for young people who live in the EC.
Back in February Natalie ran three well-attended days of cooking sessions for local young people at Central Street Cookery School. They made ‘sloppy joes’ with potato wedges, harissa turkey with flatbreads and amazing banana pastries. These events were a great success, so Natalie is back by popular demand on 27th May to run two cookery classes for young people who live in the EC1 area – Some concessions are offered by the Centre to Barbican residents too. Natalie runs these sessions on a voluntary basis to support our passion for food and cooking amongst local young people.
Session one runs between 11am – 1pm, session two between 4pm-6pm. To book a place, please book at St Luke’s Reception, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ. These sessions are for local people, so you may be asked to show proof of that you or your family lives in the area. £2.50 per session.
Did you know?
Back in February Natalie noticed a spare tray of tomatoes and in her characteristic fashion, she found cupboard ingredients and left us the most amazing home-made ketchup for all the kids to take home with them.
For more information about the cookery school, please contact Sofia on 020 7549 8176 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.centralstreet.org