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WHERE Cookery School at Little Portland Street, London (

THE COURSE The Ultimate Fish and Shellfish (one day), £195, including breakfast, coffee and lunch with wine and dessert

TESTED BY Isabella Bradford

WHAT IT’S LIKE Cookery School at Little Portland Street is a spatula’s throw from London’s Oxford Circus, split over two floors of a narrow building. The kitchens are sleek, professional-looking and minimalist, but with all the KitchenAid appliances you could dream of. The classes of 10-12 students take place at individual prep stations on steel workbenches. I’ve always wondered what it must be like to be a chef, so when I arrived I was excited to see the restaurant-style working environment – everything stainless-steel and shiny clean. I put on my apron eagerly and mingled with the other students.

WHAT I LEARNED When it comes to cooking fish at home I lack a bit of confidence. Like most Brits I tend to avoid anything more adventurous than the ‘big five’ (cod, haddock, tinned tuna, salmon, prawns) as the prep has usually already been done, so I was keen to get stuck in and extend my fishy horizons. We spent the first hour watching teacher Carolina (see right) prepare a huge array of seafood, carefully explaining how to get around the tricky bits, before we got to practise ourselves.

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The February issue of delicious. brings some cheering warmth into the kitchen with recipes using tropical fruit, Theo Randall’s pasta masterclass and food to make you go ‘mmm’. Fire up the grill for The Unruly Pig’s legendary cheese melt and tuck into Thane Prince’s comfort food classics. Looking ahead in the diary, be sure to treat your loved one to our Valentine’s Day cheesecake and see in the Chinese New Year with proper dim sum.