Spanish cookery courses, rather like Spanish language classes, have seen a spike in recent years. It’s been charged by the popularity of restaurants such as Brindisa and the Moro stable, who make fresh, colourful, seasonal dishes full of Iberian flavours.
This competition has now ended, thank you.
COMPETITION: Here’s your chance to win one of two places on a Spanish cookery course at one of our favourite cookery schools, Food at 52, based in retro-style kitchen in a Georgian townhouse in Clerkenwell, London. To win all you have to do is blog about our competition (telling us about your Spanish food experiences, tips from your kitchen or cookery schools if you like) or leave a comment below and we’ll select the best one and let the winner know by 5pm on Monday.
The course is courtesy of Olives from Spain and runs from 6.30pm to 10.30pm on Wednesday November 2nd.
If you need some inspiration check out this video recipe for fried Manchego filled Queen Spanish olives filmed at the Food at 52 cookery school kitchen and hosted by the “Antonio Banderas of Spanish cooking” (according to Gordon Ramsay) Omar Allibhoy:
For more tips from Omar visit www.olivesfromspain.co.uk
Terms and conditions apply – the competition owner’s decision will be final.