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delicious TEST REPORT

Bright kitchens and a warm welcome; a mouthwatering, simple pea and radish salad


WHERE The Foodworks Cookery School, near Cheltenham (foodworks

THE COURSE Sensational Salads and Summer Sides cooking class & lunch, £58 (half day; includes wine)

TESTER Laura Day

WHAT IT’S LIKE The Foodworks Cookery School is set in a purpose-built barn in the heart of the Cotswolds. Owner Harriet met us with a big smile and ushered us upstairs to the mezzanine, where we had enough time to grab a cuppa, have a chat and enjoy the view over the bright, well-equipped school below. There’s plenty of space and each student has a set of chef’s tools. The school takes 12 students at a time, just the right number for a buzzy but uncrowded learning environment.

WHAT I LEARNED Erin Baker, our tutor, is a vegetarian chef with a fascinating range of recipe ideas and knowledge of flavours. Her tips, tricks and titbits peppered our learning throughout the day. Before we got to work on the cooking, we dabbled in a sort of salad dressing playtime. We were like children being shown the dress-up box: Erin presented a basket of oils, vinegars, mustards, herbs, chillies and citrus fruit as she shared her first rule of salads: “The key to making a good one is the dressing. A chef never sends a salad out naked.”

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The July issue of delicious. is packed with summer delights starting with that sensational tomato tart on the cover – it’s like a rainbow on your plate. And don’t miss Felicity Cloake’s culinary Tour de France, a Scandi menu from the Land of the Midnight Sun, scintillating skewers for the barbecue, Gill Meller’s best trout dish and a spicy merguez burger. On the sweet side, there are British cherry recipes, Peter Gordon’s mo-yos and the prettiest patisserie-style strawberry tartlets. Let the good times roll with delicious. magazine.