Virtual Classes

Virtual Classes

Our virtual classes happen via Zoom from my kitchen to yours.  We have been working on it since our first class in March 2020 and have a great system that allows you to see all the action from the comfort of your kitchen.

Adult cooking classes:  this is your chance to have either a private 1-2-1 or group lesson if you are not in this area of Kent or want a more cost effective cooking class solution. They work really well for a corporate team event, a family who live in lots of locations or a group of friends who want to share an experience yet can’t be in the same place.

Teen cooking classes:  we ran lots of teen classes in lockdown and still run them now. Teens tend to love the ease and comfort of cooking from home, so this is a lockdown keeper! We run Duke of Edinburgh groups and private groups. Contact us for more details:


Virtual classes can be great value, starting at just £18.50 for 75 mins in the teen group classes and from £35 to £50 for private adult classes.  For both, this includes a great e-booklet with your recipes, a helpful alternative ingredients list (so you can stay in control of allergies and preferences) and a whole load of tips.

How does it work?

When you book a place, you will receive a Zoom invite with the login and password details. This gives you access to the live class. Around a week before, you will also receive your e-booklet containing the recipe, the ingredients list and loads of food tips and tricks. 

Don’t let the ingredients be a stress; the recipes are designed to contain readily available ingredients and come with 2-3 alternatives for each main ingredient – so you can tailor to your taste.

Since this is virtual, you can be anywhere to join in.  If you have friends or family who live elsewhere who might enjoy joining you – it’s easy.  We have had people join these classes from all over the UK and beyond. Happy to send vouchers too (by post or online) if you think this could be a good gift idea for a foodie friend.

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My background who, as a non chef looking for something interesting to do in lockdown, has now taken to cooking as a new interest