British Pies

Discover how worthwhile it is to make homemade pastry and produce your own selection of British pies.

On this hand-on course join our expert butcher Chris Moorby and turn your hand to making a range of savoury delights including hand-raised pork pies.

On this course you will produce:

  • Suet pastry
  • Short crust pastry
  • Rough puff pastry
  • Hot water crust pastry
  • Chicken and mushroom pie
  • Steak and kidney pie
  • Steak and ale pie
  • Traditional hand-raised pork pie.

You will take home a selection of your own hand-crafted products from this course.

This course includes refreshments and an informal lunch. The cost of all ingredients is included in the course fee. All equipment is provided by the School.

'Without a doubt the entire day was outstanding, from the warm and friendly welcome at reception, quality (and quantity!) food to keep us going throughout the day and absolutely first class teaching from Rich Summers and Chris Moorby. I'm already planning to save up to try another course!'

Dates

Sat 10th Dec 2016

Places left: NO

Summary

Time: 9:30am - 5:00pm

Duration: 1.0 day(s)

Cost: £190.00

Subjects: Butchery

Teachers

Chris Moorby

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