Cook up a storm with our fantastic culinary prize. Enter now for the chance to win two places on Praveen Kumars prestigious Indian cookery class. This prize normally comes in at just under £200 and includes 6 hours of tutition which is more than enough time to get to grips with making your own papadoms, spiced onions, pakoras and delicious curries. You could impress all your friends and save a fortune on takeaways!
Cooking is a hands-on activity and quickly breaks down barriers to develop team spirit and build new skills. Collaborating with work colleagues in the kitchen fosters a great new way of working together, even for those who aren’t natural team players. You can be assured of a uniquely great experience with Praveen's class. All level of cooking abilities in the kitchen are welcome and thet make sure that every one has a fantastic time.
Find out more information about the course in our Small City Review here
Or at the Indian Cook School Website here
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