A break on the Isle of Wight is a great opportunity to roll your sleeves up and start cooking, and the Cookery School at the Isle of Wight College was the winner at the British Cooker Awards in 2012. So, if you’re not too confident in your cooking skills then you’ll be in good hands and you’ll have a fantastic time while you learn.
There are courses for every level of cook, from those who only get as far as uncorking the wine to those of you who are pretty good and just fancy picking up some new skills and tips. Young Cooks holiday club is a nice way to entertain children aged from 8 to 15 during a holiday on the island, and the tutor strives to encourage them to cook good, hearty food from an early age.
There are also evening courses and weekend classes, so you’ll be able to plan your tuition around your holiday plans and get the most from your visit. The college is proud to offer contemporary equipment that makes learning a pleasure, and everybody’s welcome. The school also has a cookery module for wheelchair users, please let Marilyn know when you book if you have any special requirements.