Tim Anderson, this year’s winner of BBC TV’s MasterChef programme, will conduct two Masterclasses at the new Tideswell School of Food on Saturday August 20th.
Tim wowed the judges of MasterChef with his weird and wonderful culinary creations to deservedly become the youngest ever winner of the hit BBCOne series. Tim is taking time out of his busy schedule to offer two unique “hands on” cookery sessions for a strictly limited number of guests in Tideswell School of Food’s new teaching kitchen in the Peak District.
During the sessions he will demonstrate and teach a two course meal using his experimental approach to cookery creating unique dishes that guests will be able to take home. At the end of each session Tim will leave time for 30 minutes of questions and answers.
Kim Wathall, Tideswell School of Food’s Marketing Executive, said “It’s a great coup for us to get Tim to visit us and an honour to host him here. We’ve only been open for 6 months as a Cookery School and it’s important to grow our reputation and develop our business so that we can support the local food economy. Together with the forthcoming TV coverage of the whole Taste Tideswell project in BBC One’s “Village SOS” series, we will certainly be putting Tideswell on the culinary map.”
Places on the Masterclasses (and many other courses) are available via Tideswell School of Food’s website: