Fine Dine with Me Part 2

Learn to host the perfect dinner party!


Why take this course?

Part 2 looks to build on the skills learned in Fine Dine with Me (Part 1) and is therefore aimed at those who already have the basic skills to cook within a domestic environment, that would like to have a go at using more intricate, complex cooking techniques and tackle more challenging menus.

What you will experience

A range of gourmet starters, main courses and desserts will be covered and you will learn a variety of new skills, including:

  • How to make pasta
  • Using more uncommon cuts of meat and learning how to cut, prepare and cook them
  • Sauces
  • A La Carte desserts
students decorating cakes

Key facts

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Entry requirements

Students should have either completed Fine Dine with Me (Part 1) or already have a good grasp of the skills required to prepare, cook and present fine dining menus.

What you will need

Students should wear appropriate clothing for working within a kitchen/bakery environment (flat shoes, no jewellery and long hair tied back). Students should also bring their own aprons each week, and may be asked to provide some equipment. This will be advised by your tutor.

What you need to know

Additional costs

The cost of core ingredients is covered in the course fee.

Anything else?

Please note, this course is not eligible for fee waiver.

Next steps



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