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Stars of the Future chefs from Craven College prepared a seasonal game terrine starter under the supervision of Paul Leonard, Head Chef of The Burlington Restaurant at the Devonshire Arms and learned what it takes to create a terrine worthy of a Michelin starred restaurant. Student Chef Leon Wilkinson said that he had learned a lot from the experience, 'I have learned new words and new techniques and that only perfection is good enough.'
The terrine was served to paying guests at the Stars of the Future event at The Burlington and gave the students a taste of the fast, exacting and exhilarating life in a Michelin starred restaurant.
Learn the basics of culinary skills in a professional kitchen and use this in practical lessons and exercises with the Level 1 Certificate.
Passionate about cooking? Develop your food preparation and cookery skills, get an insight into the real working world of the professional chef and learn how to work effectively as a team. This Technical Certificate provides Level 2...
Reach the top of your culinary game, get an insight into the real working world of the professional chef and learn how to work effectively as a team.
A commis chef is the most common starting position in many kitchens and usually the most junior culinary role.
As a trained hospitality team member you can work in a range of establishments, for example, bars, restaurants, cafés, conference centres, banqueting venues, hotels or contract caterers.
The Foundation Degree in Hospitality Business Management is delivered at Craven College and is validated by The Open University. A foundation degree is a nationally recognised qualification in its own right and is equal to the first two...
Learn how to make delicious bread using traditional artisan methods with a focus on organic ingredients.
This is bespoke biscuit making at its best. Learn to create and decorate a variety of different flavoured biscuits.
Impress your family and friends by learning the skills to create your own personalised celebration cake. You will learn how to cover a cake professionally, make a cute figurine, pipe a name and decorate the sides.
Are you a budding young chef or do you want to get interested in food and cooking? We have just the thing for you on our menu.
Need inspiration for decorating cupcakes? Enjoy a fun day learning how to bake and decorate cupcakes with impressive piped butter cream decorations, presented in a gift box or in the form of a bouquet of flowers.
Need inspiration for Christmas gifts? Enjoy a fun course over two evenings making a small beautifully decorated ginger bread house and a selection of festive decorated biscuits.
Fire up your taste buds with this basic introduction into the ingredients, knowledge and practical skills involved in Indian Cookery.
Interested in learning more about Middle Eastern cookery? Enjoy this introduction into rose water scented desserts, jewelled rice and succulent lamb.
Learn how to create rose water scented desserts, jewelled rice and succulent lamb dishes with this beginners’ guide to Middle Eastern Cookery,
Middle-Eastern cuisine is the cuisine of the various countries and peoples of the Middle East. The cuisine of the region is diverse and it includes Arab cuisine, Iranian\Persian cuisine, Israeli cuisine/Jewish cuisine, Assyrian...
Join us on a Middle Eastern trip, sampling the food and drink as we go.
Love cake decoration? Want to learn how to make a no bake novelty cake? Then this is the course for you! You will learn how to make a fun flower pot of flowers and funky pizza – all edible.
If you’re a keen home baker, try your hand at making a variety of pastry, pies and puddings that even Paul Hollywood would be proud of and be on your way to Bake Off glory.
Summer is just round the corner, why not impress your friends and family and come on this one day course and learn how to make beautiful BBQ foods to share.
Be a real foodie and come and learn about new food trends and be healthy at the same time.