River Cottage apprentices heat up the kitchen

Hear from apprentices Sam and Samantha about the River Cottage chef school

02 May 2014 / Be the first to comment

River Cottage is known to millions as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s initiative, bringing to life his ethos and commitment to ethical, sustainable food production. You might not know that it's also home to the Cookery School, where food enthusiasts can take short courses to develop their skills and knowledge, as well as the Chefs’ School, launched in spring 2013.

Hear from apprentices Samantha Whiteside and Rising Star Sam Lomas about what it's like at the famed school and what they've learnt through their apprenticeship.

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