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Cookery short courses

A range of short courses to help you impress in the kitchen. Explore your cooking skills with a range of courses covering everything from making the perfect cake to whipping up some incredible canapés to how to get kids involved in the kitchen. 

Short courses that require an interview or are fully booked will divert to our enquiry page where you can register your details. Alternatively please call 020 7297 7297 or e-mail info@waes.ac.uk.

Artisan Bread Making

Next Starts: 08/09/2018
Would you like to learn how to make a variety of bread products using different methods and techniques? Then this is the course for you! You will have the opportunity to make Sourdough bread, pre-fermented bread, flavoured bread and a plain and simple farm-house loaf. This course is a lot of fun, it is very busy and you will use recipes from professional chefs.
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Chocolate Log and Christmas Biscuits and Treats

Next Starts: 08/12/2018
This is a one day course celebrating everything that is Christmas. On this course you will learn how to make a chocolate Swiss roll and turn it into a traditional chocolate log. You will also make Christmas biscuits and sweets, which can be used as gifts and are ideal treats to have on the run up to Christmas.
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Choux Buns and Eclairs

Next Starts: 20/10/2018
Would you like to learn how to make choux buns and eclairs? Well this is the course for you.You will make these choux products and then fill them with cream or a pastry cream and then dip them in chocolate. These techniques that have been learnt can be used to help you gain employment to work with a local baker, work in in an independent café or it could be something that you may wish to make and sell privately to the public.
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Making of Jams and Pickles

Next Starts: 08/06/2019
Homemade jams and pickles are one on the best things to eat when they have made from an abundance of fresh produce. Here is an opportunity to make your own, using the fruits and vegetables in season. If you have access to produce that grow naturally in gardens, parks and country side and you can pick them freely, do bring them along.If you have no produce to bring do not worry, ingredients will be provided along with jars and labels.
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Patisserie

Next Starts: 03/11/2018
The purpose of this course is to provide a platform for students to learn advanced pastry skills. These skills that have been learnt can be used to help you gain employment to work with a head baker or something that you may wish to make and sell privately to the public. This course is quite fast as you will be making 3 complex items, croissants, Danish pastry and a brioche. These items require accuracy in weighing and measuring and a lot of rolling and turning.
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