Chef trainers show apprentices how to succeed in industry

Find out what philosophy drives the tutors and trainers at River Cottage's chef school

29 April 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. It's also home to a cookery school that trains up the next generation with the skills they need to be successful.

‘We want to be known for creating the chefs of the future,’ says River Cottage’s Head of Education, Chris Griffin. ‘We want to provide a holistic view of the industry, so students can learn not just about great food production, but about the many different aspects within the industry.’
Watch the video to learn more from Chris, as well as Head Chef Gelf Alderson.
 

Hear from the apprentices they train

Learn more about the school.

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