While you probably want to eat healthily to avoid being overweight, you don’t want to go on diet after diet and watch your weight yoyo. A balanced diet is the best way to lose weight and keep it off. However, a lot of us fall into the trap of going on diets and most brands are […]
14 February 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Becoming a Cooking Tutor
“In cooking, as in all the arts, simplicity is the sign of perfection. Make [food] simple and let things taste of what they are.” - Cornosky More and more people are changing the way they eat. A lot of people want to learn to cook for themselves. However, attending a culinary school or culinary institute […]
14 February 2020 ∙ 6 minutes to read
Food Science Technology
Have you ever wandered down a supermarket aisle, wondering why there are ‘best by’ dates stamped on virtually every food product in the store and how those dates are established? What about when you see a label – on a tin, bag or ready-to-eat product that proclaims it to have a new recipe? Do you […]
9 December 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Recipes for Beginners
“Food, to me, is always about cooking and eating with those you love and care for.” - David Chang Are you sick of pasta and searching for recipes? Even if you’re not a great chef, you can start making tasty meals. According to a survey by Quitoque, 78% of women and 89% of men would […]
30 October 2019 ∙ 6 minutes to read
Recipe Ideas for Budding Chefs
“Cooking is all about people. Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people get together to eat.” - Guy Fieri Many people enjoy cooking but your enjoyment can quickly become an ordeal when you start learning how to […]
30 October 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
The Art of Cake Making
Humans have been making and eating cake pretty much ever since we went agrarian and, along the way, gave some pretty strange names to the baked goods made of wheat; kaka and placenta among them. Kaka is the Old Norse word for cake from which our word derives and ‘placenta’ was used in Ancient Greece […]
20 October 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Working in the Foodservice Industry
“If an architect makes a mistake, he grows ivy to cover it. If a doctor makes a mistake, he covers it with soil. If a cook makes a mistake, he covers it with some sauce and says it is a new recipe.” - Paul Bocuse Cooking lessons can help both professionals and amateurs. So how […]
30 September 2019 ∙ 6 minutes to read
South American Food
Do you know what language is spoken in Paraguay? Or perhaps what a Churrasco is? While you may have thought you knew many cultural distinctions of the South American continent, this guide will walk you through everything you need to know about South America and their famous recipes. When you think about the Americas and […]
9 July 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Japanese Food Specialities
The people of Japan enjoy an amazing statistic: they lead the world in life expectancy. It is not uncommon for Japanese men and women to live past the century mark; in fact, Japan holds the record for the highest number of centenarians. Is it because they enjoy a high quality of life? Because they exercise […]
5 July 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Middle Eastern Food Specialties
From Lebanese specialties to Turkish coffee, it can be difficult to distinguish the similarities and differences within the vast array of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern treats. Understanding food culture in the Middle East can be made especially hard to navigate because of the very term Middle East itself. While countries on the Arabic peninsula are […]
4 June 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
A-Z Of Baking For Beginners
Baking for beginners can be a challenge because there are so many secrets that you don’t know. Secrets learnt by bakers with experience and time in front of the oven. But there is a way that you can fast track your success by reading about the secret tips of the trade in our baking guide. […]
30 May 2019 ∙ 8 minutes to read
An Introduction to Cooking
“We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of an opportunity to eat badly.” - Anna Thomas I don’t care if people call me a pig if I get to eat great food! Even though the amount we spend on food has decreased since the 1960s, it’s still a significant part of household […]
28 May 2019 ∙ 6 minutes to read
Cooking for Students
“Food, to me, is always about cooking and eating with those you love and care for.” - David Chang Sweet potatoes, broccoli, peppers, chickpeas, goat’s cheese, capers, when it comes to ideas for recipes, there’s no lack of ingredients available. However, most of us rarely put together a simple, quick, or gourmet recipe. Students, be […]
28 May 2019 ∙ 6 minutes to read
A Beginner’s Guide to the Basics of Indian Cuisine
"Food is everything we are. It's an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It's inseperable from those from the get-go." -Anthony Bourdain Food connects us to our own culture and makes us feel drawn to others. It brings friends, families and even foes together. […]
16 October 2018 ∙ 9 minutes to read
A Guide To Mexican Food
The last couple of years have marked a revival of enthusiasm for Mexican food in the UK. Mexican cuisine first arrived in Great Britain under the influence of the US new found love for Mexican dishes or more specifically Tex-Mex food, in the 1970's. In 2015, the number of Mexican restaurants throughout the UK grew […]
25 September 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Start Cooking on a Budget
“Cooking is just as creative and imaginative an activity as drawing, or wood carving, or music.” - Julia Child Have you thought about opening a cookbook and making your own dishes rather than eating ready meals, instant soups, and leftovers? A lot of people enjoy cooking. What about you? Learning to cook can be quite […]
1 August 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Cooking Guide for Beginners
“Always start out with a larger pot than what you think you need.” - Julia Child Cooking is synonymous with sharing, well-being, and happiness. According to a study carried out by the University of Otago in New Zealand, participants felt happier, more complete, relaxed, and energetic the day after a creative activity such as cooking. Just […]
18 July 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
The Art of Cooking French Food
You have to admit it, France really has mastered its cuisine. In terms of flavours, whether it's wine, dessert, starters, mains, everything tastes great. From beef to the Burgundy snail, from conventional to original, the French gastronomy is famously rich and to begin to understand the complexities of French cuisine you must first learn about […]
7 May 2018 ∙ 6 minutes to read
Where to Find Cooking Classes in the UK
From 'MasterChef' to 'The Great British Bake Off' and 'Come Dine With Me', there is ample evidence that people in the UK are passionate about their food. As a result, more people than ever want to learn to cook. Thankfully, the food scene is booming in the UK, and there are more cooking classes in […]
26 April 2018 ∙ 9 minutes to read
What Are the Benefits of Cooking?
"One must eat to live, and not live to eat". Cicero (-106 BC ; -43BC), a Roman politician known for his Catilinarian Orations, couldn't have better summed up the use of cooking in his diatribes and rhetorics. Today we'd say it's a great punchline. In 2014, the total food budget for UK households was 111 billion […]
11 April 2018 ∙ 6 minutes to read
All About Cooking Classes
Cooking classes are becoming increasingly popular. This can be explained, in part, by the popularity of TV shows like “MasterChef” and “The Great British Bake Off”. If you want to learn the recipes of Michelin Star chefs, use new ingredients, or learn about foreign cuisine, private cooking tutorials are a great idea. Superprof’s here to […]
30 March 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Cooking for Beginners: Some Tips to Get Started
If you think that cooking isn’t important, you should know that French cuisine was declared “world intangible heritage” by UNESCO. The drinks before the meal, the cheese course, and the four or five courses that follow have been classified as important as the Colosseum in Rome. What about you? Thanks to famous TV shows like […]
26 March 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Italian Food at a Glance
Italian food is some of the most popular in the world. It’s nutritious, simple, and cheap. However, Italian food is much more than just plates of pasta and takeaway pizzas. You should be aware of all the Italian recipes that have helped make Italian food so popular and learn more about the products and ingredients used […]
20 March 2018 ∙ 6 minutes to read
A Guide to Asian Cooking
Whether for the Chinese New Year or just for a meal with friends, why not make some Asian cuisine? In this article, we’re going to have a look at a few different Asian recipes. Whether chicken noodle soup, Pad thai, egg fried rice, dumplings, stir fried beef and onion, or sweet and sour pork, you’ll […]
19 March 2018 ∙ 8 minutes to read
Learn How To Cook With Cooking Classes
Becoming A Self-Taught Sensation Whether you have always been passionate about cooking, or your culinary abilities are a bit lacking, you can refine and build on your home cooking skills in one of two ways. Firstly, you can experiment and learn as you go. Don’t get me wrong, this will be one tough learning experience […]
9 March 2018 ∙ 12 minutes to read
Top UK Celebrity TV Chefs
If you took the time to consider who are the most influential and acclaimed celebrities and TV chefs in your life, who would top your list? Jamie Oliver, Heston Blumenthal, Gordon Ramsay, Mary Berry perhaps? Can you spot the link staring at you in the face? Yes, they are all British born and bred chefs! […]
8 March 2018 ∙ 13 minutes to read
All About Vegetarian Cooking and Vegetarian Recipes
Vegetarian, or ‘veggie’, is a term that has made it into our dictionary over the course of the years, but do you truly understand what being a vegetarian is, the reasons people choose to become ‘veggies’ and how and when vegetarianism came about? Are you interested to know which celebrities are vegetarians, how ‘veggies’ interact […]
6 March 2018 ∙ 13 minutes to read
Vegan Recipes: How to Eat Vegan?
Are you a vegan or about to become one and looking for some reasons to solidify why you have chosen this philosophy? Are you looking to find tasty vegan recipes, including some eaten or even created by celebrities? Are you keen to discover more about the health benefits of consuming vegan foods and reasons to […]
5 March 2018 ∙ 13 minutes to read
Learning to Cook is All the Rage
The culinary arts have never been as popular. Thanks to shows like MasterChef and The Great British Bake Off, more and more people are honing their skills in the kitchen.
Cooking skills can be developed at any age and more and more people are choosing to get back in the kitchen with private cooking tutorials and spice up their daily meals with gourmet recipes.
Do you dream of becoming a famous chef like Gordon Ramsay and Michel Roux Jr?
Would you like to become an expert baker like Paul Hollywood?
Or maybe just make a quick family meal that’s both healthy and tasty?
Cooking Classes for Everyone
Whether you opt for a cooking tutorial in a group or a cooking class on your own, there are plenty of different ways for you to learn how to cook. You can learn how to peel, mince, fry, roast, stew, and make lots of amazing dishes.
But don’t forget the basics!
With classes available for adults, families, friends, or children, you’ll find plenty of ways to learn how to cook in a friendly environment.
Whether you want to learn the basics of cooking, improve your skills, make more elaborate dishes, find inspiration and discover new flavours, etc., you can achieve your goals with private cooking tutorials.
Why Should You Learn to Cook?
There are several advantages to learning to cook.
You can gain new experiences, learn new skills, gain self-confidence, and have fun! Cooking is good for morale and your taste buds.
You can also learn how to cook to become a world-famous chef!
Or simply, learn how to eat a balanced diet, save money, and impress your friends with your cooking. When you work with a professional chef or cooking tutor in a workshop or at your home, you’ll discover new flavours and learn to cook with fresh produce. You’ll even learn how to cook a complete meal.
Cooking Classes with the Right Cooking Tutor
To get started with cooking, you need the right support from a talented cooking teacher. Of course, you can still learn a lot about cooking by teaching yourself with cookbooks, websites, and online videos, but if you really want to make quick progress and get some useful tips and tricks, you should get in touch with a private cooking tutor.
Whether in a small group, on your own, parents with their kids, or adults on their own, you’ll find a huge variety of cooking tutors willing to put together a cooking workshop for you.
Learn About New Culinary Specialities
You can also get in touch with a cooking tutor based on their culinary specialities such as French cuisine, Asian cooking, Italian food, cooking for vegetarians, Japanese food, molecular cuisine, and many other types of cooking from around the world. You can also enjoy a oenology class with a sommelier or a baking class with a patisserie chef.
The best moment is at the end of the class when you get to taste and share your creations.