Join us at The Ground Up Cookery School and create a range of tasty food and drinks using foraged, seasonal and local ingredients. Based within the beautiful Dartmoor National Park in the heart of Devon, this two-part course begins at the school for refreshments before departing for a guided walk. We will assist you in identifying and collecting a range of seasonal fruit, nuts, leaves, roots or fungi to take back to the Ground Up Cookery School Kitchen for the second part of the day.
The afternoon will be spent cooking some amazing dishes. You will learn general skills as well as spefic delicious recipes, to replicate at home. No prior experience is necessary, however if you are an experienced cook, you will have the opportunity to push yourself further.
We will taste all the dishes on the day, but bring containers as there will be the opportunity to take some home to share with your friends and family!
The course content will vary with the seasons, no two dates will be the same.
Schedule of the day
|9:30||Arrival and introductions|
Travel to start point (walking or car, max 15 minutes) for walking tour, identifying key species, seasonality and sustainability
Return to Ground Up Cookery School for refreshments.
Guests to cook dishes in pairs (2 or 3 recipes per team) using wild ingredients
Finish dishes and serve and eat together, discuss dishes and ingredients. Q&A.
Wrap up- handouts for guests containing field guides and recipes.
This course will take place on a variety of terrains. If you have any concerns about accessibility please feel free to contact us to discuss. We have a variety of options available and would very much like to make this course accessible to as many people as possible. We recommend that you wear walking boots or shoes and bring wellingtons and wet weather gear with you just in case.
Please let us know about any dietary requirements when you book this course. We will aim to accommodate.