Traditional Afternoon Tea Cook & Dine

Traditional Afternoon Tea Cook & Dine

Early Mother’s Day Treat! 

Saturday 30th March, 10am-2pm approx.

The traditional British Afternoon Tea ritual was introduced in the 1840s, as a way to stem the hunger between lunch and dinner. Today it’s more popular than ever, and for most, it’s an occasional indulgence or to celebrate a special event. So with Mothering Sunday on the 31st March, why not treat your mum, or nan, or both to a cookery and dining experience to bring you together. 

Come on your own, with your mum, a friend or group and let your taste buds be tickled!

You’ll be cracking on in the kitchen with:

  • Sweet & Savoury Scones
  • Lobster Tartlet – vegetarian option available
  • Madeleine Biscuits
  • Chocolate cups with a raspberry mousse
  • Knife skills in cutting the perfect finger sandwich

Included in this session: 4-hour profession cookery class and dining experience, all ingredients and equipment, protective apron and mineral water throughout. A glass of prosecco will be offered with your Afternoon Tea alongside juices and of course tea and coffee

Price:

  • £60.00 all inclusive for Brighton Cookery Club Members – join via our upcoming classes page for free and pay via the Meetup Paypal link for discount
  • £65.00 all inclusive for non-members

Ways to pay:

  1. Email us for an invoice and make a BACS transfer
  2. Call us to pay by card – 01273 674911
  3. Pay via Paypal HERE – please note this is the non-member price of £65.00

Please let us know of any dietary requirements by emailing us at info@brightoncookeryschool.com

Gift Vouchers Available for this and all our other classes for Mother’s Day!

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