Join guest chef Anna Jones for an inspiring day at the cookery school, and learn to create dishes from her beautiful second cookbook A Modern Way to Cook.
We are excited to have Anna Jones back teaching at Demuths, demonstrating how easy it is to put dinner on the table without fuss!
Anna's most recent cookbook, A Modern Way to Cook, is organised by how long meals take to cook. So you can add healthy new dishes to your weekly routine and some for special occasions as well. We've really enjoyed trying all the recipes!
Your day at the cookery school with involve lots of hands-on cooking and time to ask Anna questions. She will demonstrate at least eight of her favourite seasonal recipes. The exact menu will be a surprise, but expect to make dishes such as:
- Beetroot and buckwheat pancakes
- Charred broccoli with cucumber noodles and peanut sauce
- Sticky green bean and chilli paneer
- Sweet potato and ricotta gnocchi with almond pesto
- Honey and white miso aubergines
- Raw cookie dough bars
- Summer rhubarb and strawberry crisp bars
You will finish the day by enjoying your delicious meal with Anna.
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Great day, yummy food, really well structured and organised. Thank you!
Anna was excellent - very relaxed and engaging; lovely attitude.
Anna was lovely; very relaxed, very approachable. Would not change a thing
About the tutor
Anna Jones started her cooking career with a training programme at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in London. After earning her stripes there, she went to chef at Le Caprice in London and also cooked in Spain and the Chianti fields of Tuscany. She then returned to the Jamie Oliver family to work as his food stylist, writer and food creative on books, TV shows and food campaigns. During that time, she cooked in all sorts of places, from East End school kitchens and Sydney beaches to American Indian reservations. She helped shape up the fattest town in America, led cooking classes at the TED talks and cooked for rock stars, royalty and the G20 at Downing Street.
Anna’s recipes and styling have appeared in The Telegraph, Observer Food Monthly, Jamie magazine. and now she has her own weekly column in the Guardian.