Father’s Day Gift Ideas  – with a twist

Father’s Day Gift Ideas – with a twist

The never-ending question…What to buy for the Dad who has everything?!

For something that lasts longer than sweeties, maybe even longer than socks, why not bring out their inner chef and get dad cooking for life. You can either book a specific class or buy a gift voucher so he can choose his own.

We’ve featured some of our classes to make the decision easier:

For the Coffee Connoisseur – Coffee Lovers Class

This class is all about making the perfect brew with a little bit of science from Gavin, a professional barista. He will explain the differences in techniques used to make the perfect coffee, advise on what will work best at home and even how to use all the kit that you Dad might have tucked away in the back of the cupboard. This is a hands-on class with plenty of opportunity to practise and even try a little latte art.

Image of Latte Art prepared at Food Sorcery Cookery School Didsbury
Image of slow steeped coffee at Food Sorcery coffee lovers class with chemex wood neck coffee maker

For the BBQ Pit Master – Outdoor BBQ

An updated and accessible BBQ course that will give your Dad the skills to cook on the open flame with confidence, this is cooking with charcoal building a BBQ from the bottom up. Ed Warren is our resident pit master and has extentive experience coupled with a huge passion for all things BBQ.  This event gets everyone enjoying the BBQ experience (yes we have a bar) with a focus on developing core BBQ skills of fire control, meat preparation and cooking. The class will also touch on spicing and marinading to achieve specific goals.

Image of BBQ cookery class at Food Sorcery North west Manchester

For the dad who loves Cheese – Cheese making with Louise from Cutting the Curd

This day class is a good mix of demonstration and hands-on your Dad will make halloumi & mozzarella then watch a demonstration of mascarpone and butter being made – both to be sampled with a tasty tea. The session focuses on how you can repeat the process at home using raw farm or Supermarket milk, vegetarian rennet and basic kitchen equipment. Louise Talbot combines her passion for cheese and teaching others new skills, at her Cutting the Curd Cheese Making Classes.

Image of Mozzereall Cheese making at Food Sorcery Didsbury Manchester with Cutting the Curd