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Christmas Office Closure

added 23rd December 2016


The main office has now closed for Christmas and will reopen at 9.30am on Wednesday 4 January 2017.  Classes and gift vouchers can be purchased on line and will be sent electronically.  

Any orders placed online after 12 noon on Friday 23 December will be despatched in the week commencing 4 January 2017. 

The bakery shops in Bath are open on Christmas eve until 4pm then re-open on Wednesday 28th December.  Further details of opening hours can be found on the bakery website

Wholesale customers can call the Bakery order lines: 01225 317731 for Bath or 01908 048801 for Milton Keynes or in case of emergency contact Jo on her mobile.

We wish all our customers a very merry and peaceful Christmas.  We hope Santa brings you everything you wish for.  Don't forget to leave him a Bertinet mince pie!!

We look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

Richard, Jo and all the team.


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Website issue resolved - 10% off on us today only

added 20th November 2016

Our website was temporarily down this morning (Sunday 20 November).  Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.  By way of an apology voucher code Opps10 is valid for the rest of today (20 November 2016 UK time) on all class bookings.



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Christmas Goodies Available to Order Online

added 10th November 2016

To make sure you are well-stocked with Bertinet goodies for the Christmas season you can pre-order your mince pies and Christmas puds online from today for orders to be dispatched from 14th November 2016. Don't forget you can put mince pies in the freezer, which can be heated from frozen in the oven when unexpected guests arrive. 

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New Class - Contemporary Irish Cooking with Clodagh McKenna

added 1st June 2016

We are thrilled to welcome star of the Irish food scene, Clodagh McKenna to the kitchen for this hands-on class giving a fresh take on traditional Irish flavours.  Clodagh takes classic Irish dishes and ingredients – soda bread, colcannon, Guinness, brack, Irish lamb stew – and puts her own contemporary twist on them.  The perfect class to get you into the mood for cosy Autumnal cooking.

Clodagh McKenna has two restaurants in Dublin.  Classically trained in France, New York and at Ballymaloe her influences are French and Italian but her first love is Irish cooking.  She is author of five, best-selling books and is a regular on Irish TV, appearing also in the USA and the UK.

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Founding Member of the I.C.S.A.

added 1st June 2016


The Bertinet Kitchen is very proud to be a founding member of the Independent Cookery Schools Association (ICSA). In the autumn of 2014 some of the most outstanding cookery schools in the Uk, including the Bertinet Kitchen, came together to form the ICSA. The ICSA is the only independent, non-profit, regulatory body for cookery schools in the UK. The mission of the ICSA is to assess, promote and advise cookery schools of excellence and help and encourage students in choosing quality schools in the ICSA group. Our members are assessed and accredited to the highest standard so you can be confident that you are receiving the best teaching in a professional environment. An ICSA school is a GREAT school. 


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