British Cookery School Award Finalist 2014! Christine McFadden, Littlebredy.
October 6th 2014
Christine McFadden, aka the Dorset Foodie, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Best Use of Local Produce category of the 2014 British Cookery School Awards.
With more that 400 cookery schools now operating across the country, the British Cookery School Awards 2014 honour excellent cookery schools that go above and beyond to deliver a top notch cookery school experience. Launched in 2012, the awards celebrate the role that cookery schools play in driving Britain’s passion for cooking good, homemade food.
Christine’s classes take place in her 17th Century home in the beautiful hamlet of Littlebredy, near Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. The wide choice of topics reflects Christine’s travels and first hand knowledge of some of the world’s greatest cuisines. Despite her global culinary leanings, Christine remains very much local when it comes to ingredients and is a staunch supporter of local food producers and farm shops.
Check out www.britishcookeryschoolawards.co.uk for further information on the finalists. Results to be announced Monday 17th November at Porchester Hall, Bayswater.