News from Edinburgh New Town Cookery School

British Cookery School Awards Winner - Best Scottish Cookery School

We were very thrilled to be shortlisted by BCSA in the Best Scottish Cookery School category alongside some very strong contenders. We went to London on 13th November to the awards ceremony where the brightest and best cookery schools from all over Britain were represented. We are delighted to say that we won the category and so not only are we The British Cookery School Award's Best Scottish Cookery School, we are also Looking to Cook's UK Cookery School of the Year. It is wonderful for us to receive these two awards just before our 3rd Birthday.

All Blacks visit Edinburgh New Town Cookery School

The All Blacks were in town last week to play against Scotland last Saturday. Three of the squad came to visit Edinburgh New Town Cookery School for a culinary challenge. Cory Jane, Liam Messam and Sam Whitelock competed against each other to produce a dish of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties with Whisky Sauce. Great fun was had by all and some keen rugby players from Merchiston Castle school came along to judge. See this film to see who won!

ENTCS at Foodies Christmas Fair

To celebrate our participation in the Foodies Christmas Festival at EICC on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December we are giving away a complimentary Foodies Ticket to everyone who books on one of these courses:

Beer and Food Matching, 20th November, 6.30pm - 8.30pm £35 a head

Prepare Ahead Seasonal Cooking, 24th November, 9.45am - 4pm £150 per head

Carving Demonstration and Dinner, 28th November, 6.30pm - 9.30pm £55 per head

Voted Best UK Cookery School by Looking to Cook

We are very thrilled to announce that Edinburgh New Town Cookery School has been awarded the title of Best UK Cookery School of the Year by

Christmas Courses for 2012

Christmas Courses at Edinburgh New Town Cookery School

In November and December the Edinburgh New Town Cookery School (ENTCS) in Queen Street, as seen on BBC TV’s “The Apprentice” earlier this year, is to hold a range of cookery and baking courses and events specially designed for the festive season.  These will help participants to brush up their cooking and baking skills and to prepare for Christmas.