Entries by Jo Bertinet

Christmas Holiday closure

The cookery school will be closed for Christmas between 5pm on Friday 21st December and 9.30am on Monday 7 January.  During this time we will not generally be able to respond to emails or telephone messages however we will be in touch with all customers who have left a message as soon as we return […]

Adverse weather policy

As stated in our Terms and Conditions, we are not able to offer refunds or late notice amendments to classes where customers are unable to reach us due to adverse weather conditions.   However, where we take the decision to cancel a class then we will move customers to a new date of their choice. […]

Corporate Bespoke Events

Thinking of running a summer workshop, a team building event or just treating your staff to something fun and enjoyable?  The Bertinet Kitchen can provide you with a bespoke cookery workshop to suit your needs. The event can be tailored to suit your requirements and can be as challenging as you like. You can even sit […]

Granite baking stones

In both Dough & Crust I recommend putting a baking stone in your oven before pre-heating and baking directly on the stone.  I use granite and often suggest that people use a granite chopping board (examples are available very reasonably from Morrisons and Asda and it is a convenient size and thickness).  We have never […]

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

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 […]

Richard Bertinet named BBC Food Champion of the Year

We are absolutely thrilled to be able to tell you that yesterday Richard was names as the 2010 BBC Food Champion of the Year. Richard was nominated by listeners of Radio 4’s Food Programme who were asked to pick an individual who had inspired them to think differently about food and who had used their […]