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Budding Chefs - Kids

We believe good eating habits start at a young age, and what better way to get your kids eating well than to teach them how to cook?  Working in groups of a maximum of eight students, our sessions are very hands on, fun and informative.


Check back soon for new dates!


Friends Eating Dinner

The Monthly Social

A fun and informal evening of cooking, eating and chatting in a small group of six to eight fellow foodies!


Join us on the last Thursday of every month for a cookery class and meal together, as soon as we can social again!

Skill level required: basic, it's about having fun, cooking and eating together!

COST: £35

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Food of Friendship's Seasonal Feast

Our first 'shared seasonal feast' will take place on Saturday September 26th in South Cerney, Gloucestershire.  Grab a gang of friends or family together to share and enjoy tasty plates of local, seasonal, spring food.


Beetroot carpaccio with feta, roasted pine kernals, rocket and pomegranate

Tomato caprese with mozzarella, basil & an anchovy dressing

Artisan breads


Slow cooked shoulder of Berry Farm lamb with sumac

Chermoula roasted aubergines with yoghurt - vegetarian

Pistachio & cardamom salsa, tomato & cucumber raita

Artichoke, potato & cavolo nero gratin with ginger & lime

Harissa & Cotswold honey roasted carrots 


Panna cotta with a damson compote & toasted sunflower seeds


As the theme of the night is sharing, for every ticket sold, we'll donate a meal to someone in need.  


Saturday 26th September, Berry Farm, South Cerney, Gloucestershire


COST: £35


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 27 Park Place, Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire, SN6 6NT

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