Go See: BSL interpreted cookery demonstrations at London’s Borough Market!

Posted on July 22, 2016

This is a sponsored post courtesy of London’s Borough Market.

Cookery demonstrations with BSL interpretation services take place at Borough Market every month.

A brigade of professional chefs and food writers, accomplished in a wide range of culinary disciplines, provide free demonstrations in the Market Hall, between 12.30-2pm.

They offer a snapshot of the best seasonal produce available from the Market and impart their expert knowledge for home cooks.

Upcoming events: 

Friday 29th July – Nectar of the gods

Chef Katherine Frelon will be cooking up a selection of recipes, all of which use different flavoured honey. From sweet to savoury there will be a real mix of flavours and inspiration.

Friday 26th August – Carnival time

Chef and food writer Jenny Chandler will be getting in the carnival spirit, spicing up her dishes with great BBQ tips and tricks.

Friday 30th September – Veggie inspiration

Vegetarian chef and keen gardener Celia Brooks will be cooking up seasonal supper ideas using British grown veg to celebrate British Food Fortnight.

For further information and details of the full demonstration schedule visit www.boroughmarket.org.uk and follow @boroughmarket on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook

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