Cookery Schools in Kilkenny
Looking to improve your cooking schools? The following cookery schools offer a wide variety of cooking classes for all ages.
The Kilkenny School of Food, Thomastown is a unique rural development initiative, funded through LEADER, with support from Kilkenny County Council and others. Its mission is to be a chef training hub in Ireland, to provide the hospitality industry with professionally trained staff. It offers accredited courses in Culinary Skills and professional chef training as well as classes for the amateur.
Evening and weekend courses range from ‘Tuscan Pasta and Sauces’ to ‘Raw Foods’ and includes such topics as Indian Spices and Japanese cooking. Groups can be catered for – hen parties, company days out, team bonding.
Ryeland House Cookery School first open its doors in Kilkenny in 1991 to provide cooking classes and has been run ever since by the proprietor Mrs. Anne Neary.
Edward will be doing cookery demonstrations over the weekend as well as giving hands-on tuition.
Boasting private dining facilities, he will also be doing children’s cookery workshops and corporate team building events.
Their courses range from afternoon tea making workshops, to children’s pasta making courses, fish dishes, delicious desserts – and lots more besides. Their aim is to teach the people of Kilkenny how to cook and share our life-long passion for food.
Cooking Classes at Eden Hall has something to offer all food lovers: learn, taste, and enjoy with demonstrations for groups of eight or more. Whether a novice or more experienced cook, we will make your visit memorable. Located in a traditional old Irish house in the heartland of County Kilkenny.