Philleigh Way Cookery School
Their next generation farmhouse cookery style is inspired by recipes handed down over the generations, fantastic local produce and experience gained working in some of the top kitchens in Cornwall and around the globe. Their creativity, knowledge and enthusiasm make it the perfect place to reconnect with the land and sea, learn some old and new recipes and cook with some of the freshest seasonal ingredients Cornwall has to offer.
The courses are all hands on and practical and include Cornwall in a Day (think pasties and clotted cream), bread baking, fish cookery, pig in a day, game, cake baking, foraging, BBQing, cheese making and many more.
Throughout the spring and summer the cookery school also hosts regular outdoor feast nights called the ‘Woodfired Sessions’. Based on the Argentinian Asado style of cooking, the freshest locally sourced meat, fish and shellfish is cooked in front of diners in an outside kitchen over a huge wood fired Parrilla and in a purpose built wood oven. The menu is fixed but is always delicious and plentiful with the chefs giving the diners a summary of the menu at the start of the evening covering the provenance of the food and how it is cooked.
Monthly Supper Clubs held inside the Cookery School throughout the spring, autumn and winter months provide the opportunity for smaller groups to enjoy a delicious taster menu with elements of each course cooked in front of them by resident Philleigh Way chef George Pascoe.
Private group bookings welcome for courses and dining events.