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Celebrating Brazilian Style in Gascony

Published

27th May 2019

The Gascony Cookery School got off to a flying start for 2019 with celebrations for chef Bernard Corbiere’s 60th birthday.  The theme of the main event was “Brazil”, and as the photos illustrate, many partygoers got into the spirit of it all by wearing bright traditional Brazilian clothing bringing a ‘carnival’ atmosphere to this special occasion!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooking was also on the menu, with our first Charcuterie Course for 2019. The 4-day course at the Gascony Cookery School teaches you the skills of traditional French Charcuterie. It suits those that have a good basic cooking ability through to advanced cooks. During the 4 days we cover:

  • Knife skills
  • Sectioning a pig
  • Tunnel Boning
  • Pâtés
  • Raised Game Pie
  • Sausage making
  • Rillettes

See our students in action below

 

Celebrating Success after Making Raised Game Pie!

 

Toulouse Sausage Making!

Do you fancy learning to make Toulouse Sausages, Raised Game Pie or any of the many recipes we feature on our courses? If you’d like to discover more ways to expand your culinary skills, we’ve got a course to suit you.

We have built our courses on the ethos that anyone can cook. We believe that practice is the only way to improve and become better. The Gascony Cookery School delivers courses with a hands-on approach to cookery tuition. That means that right from the start you will be preparing and cooking in our kitchens.

We think that the Gascony Cookery School is more than just French Cooking Classes, it’s about immersing yourself in the French lifestyle, a unique lifestyle in the Gascony region in the village of Gramont. Click here to find out more and book yourself in. Alternatively, if you just want to ask a question email us at info@gasconcook.co.uk and we’d be pleased to help.

We look forward to seeing you very soon!

David, Vikki & Bernard

David, Vikki & Bernard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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