In what will be a truly one-off experience, Le Cordon Bleu is inviting guests on a culinary journey through five countries via a series of new international short courses.
After the recent announcement by the UK government that restrictions have eased even more and some true normality is on the horizon, many will be chomping at the bit to experience something amazing. The good news is that we’ve learned of something that will cause incredible excitement for fans of the finest food.
When you think of the great names associated with gastronomy, there will, of course, be the ‘shoo-in’ chef names, Michelin and right up there with them is the name, Le Cordon Bleu.
Le Cordon Bleu was founded more than a century ago and has produced some of modern history’s finest chefs. It operates 35 schools across more than 20 countries resulting in a truly global presence. Each year it teaches over 200,000 students traditional French culinary techniques.
This summer, Le Cordon Bleu is inviting guests to celebrate the diversity of the culinary world. They’ve unveiled a culinary voyage that will take participants on a tour of five countries famous for their gastronomical excellence. The good news is that you won’t need a passport on this journey as it will be taking place in the kitchens at Le Cordon Bleu’s school in London.
The journey is made up of five new international short courses. It will take guests on a culinary adventure where they will get the opportunity to discover some of the most delicious and reputed cuisines in the world.
The five new short courses cover the following countries:
The above countries were all selected for their rich culinary history, distinctive flavours and cooking styles.
About the new Le Cordon Bleu London Courses
The courses will explore the extraordinary tropical flavours of Brazil and the vibrant gastronomy of Spain. Discover the diverse influences of Turkey’s ingredients and flavours, with the mixture of Central Asian, Middle Eastern and Balkan cuisines.
Or the strong influences of the Ottoman Empire and France on Lebanese cuisine known for its use of a wide choice of ingredients and spices. Finally, delve into the exciting flavours of popular Peruvian dishes through a refined culinary lens.
Throughout its 30 institutes in 20 countries, Le Cordon Bleu offers specialised courses and diplomas in local cuisines. This means that there is a vast wealth of international culinary expertise from the master chefs who teach in Le Cordon Bleu institutes around the world.
These one-off short courses serve as a taster for the longer, professional courses offered in Le Cordon Bleu’s international locations.
Attendees at each of the one-day sessions will be under the instruction of Le Cordon Bleu’s master chefs. These gastronomic experts will guide you through the specialities of each country, using the same teaching method as the core diplomas of the school. The courses can be booked individually or all together as a series. If three or more courses are booked, a 10% discount is available.
To book one or more of the courses and to find out more, click here.
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