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Lavenham hotel set to host series of cooking masterclass sessions

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LAVENHAM: Head chef Justin Kett. The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa. Picture by Mark Westley. (2169218)
LAVENHAM: Head chef Justin Kett. The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa. Picture by Mark Westley. (2169218)

A Lavenham hotel is playing host to a series of culinary masterclasses, with sessions starting next month and running throughout the year.

The 15th century Swan at Lavenham Hotel and Spa is planning themed cookery courses to help people improve their kitchen skills.

The first class kicks off on February 28 when head chef Justin Kett will cover how to put together stress-free dinner parties.

Spokeswoman Pat Edgar said: “People can chat to Justin over coffee and home-made biscuits and then watch his cookery demonstration, which will include sample tastings. There will also be some recipes to take home.

“Afterwards, there’s a two-course lunch paired with a glass of wine and tea or coffee.”

On March 28, with Brexit in mind, the class will look at a selection of Europe’s finest dishes.

Suffolk Day will be celebrated on June 27 with a cookery demonstration using local produce.

On September 26, there is an autumn spice masterclass on oriental cuisine, while, on October 31, Justin will explore different ways of preparing and cooking dishes with game.

The season concludes on November 28 with a festive focus.

Masterclasses cost £39.95 per person, including lunch. To book, call 01787 247477.


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