Escape to All Hallows Farmhouse on Sunday 7th May 2017 and learn how to make the most of your food photography with arts tutor and commercial photographer Stu Culley.
The course has been designed in mind for chefs who wish to create their own portfolio of dishes, food bloggers looking to improve their posts and artisan producers wishing to create their own marketing material. The full day workshop will appeal to anyone who appreciates great food.
Enjoy the beautiful village of Wimborne St Giles and celebrate the arrival of spring in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Relax in our Georgian farmhouse over a freshly brewed pot of Dorset Tea along with our Mothering Sunday Dorset Cream Tea prepared especially for your family or friends.
All Hallows – Learn, Cook, Eat & Stay…
Our rural location offers a unique home for a cookery school with rooms. All Hallows is an historic farmhouse and Rose Cottage is tucked quietly behind, overlooking the River Allen and St. Giles watercress beds. Together they are situated in a series of walled gardens producing fruit, edible flowers and herbs.
Whether you choose to gather home grown produce to prepare beside the AGA. or to be inspired during a creative class, dine with friends or simply rest for awhile, we will do all we can to make you feel truly at home.
Book a class now…
Tuesday 25th April 2017 – Cooking for One
Six week beginners cookery class with Lisa Osman
Sunday 7th May 2017 – Food photography with Stu Culley
Practical workshop with tutor and commercial photographer
Friday 26th May 2017 – Pastry and desserts with Long Crichel Bakery
Hands on cookery class with Lisa Osman in the farmhouse kitchen