Halloween at School of Artisan Food
Halloween pizzas and spooky ghost meringues are on the menu this half-term with a children’s baking day at the School of Artisan Food.
Ideal for ages eight to sixteen, children can get creative, gain new skills and develop their passion for food whilst conjuring up some frighteningly fantastic food. All tasty treats made on the day will be devoured at the School or taken home to share with the family.
The blood-curdling baking will be led by the School of Artisan Food’s tutor Justine Kanter. As well as teaching at The School of Artisan Food, Cordon Bleu graduate Justine is the founder of The Kitchen Coach which aims to help people develop confidence in the kitchen and cook with flair.
Justine will also be leading Junior Bakers on the 12th October where children will create a range of delicious puddings including perfect pavlova, individual cheesecakes, yummy sticky toffee pudding and tempting chocolate mousse pots. Junior Bakers is ideal for budding young cooks aged nine to sixteen.
Junior Halloween Baking and Junior Bakers places are limited and are expected to be frightfully busy so families are encouraged to book as soon as possible.
Junior Halloween Baking runs exclusively for one day only on 1st November 2019, 9:30 am-4:30 pm, and costs £85 per child.
Junior Bakers runs for one day on the 12th October 2019, 9:30-4:30-pm, and costs £85 per child.
For more information, visit www.schoolofartisanfood.org.