We were thrilled to be awarded GOLD at the Dalemain World Marmalade Awards in 2018. We share all of our preserving tips during our ‘hands on’ classes OR take some time this new year to make some for yourself at home.
Treat yourselves OR a food loving couple to a cookery holiday in the Dorset countryside.
An indulgent two night farmhouse stay and personalised cookery class for two guests.
Whether you have loved your AGA for the last twenty five years and now wish to hone your cookery skills. Or perhaps you will be moving to your dream home in 2020 and there is a pre-loved cast iron stove waiting for you in the kitchen. We have the cookery class to suit you.
All Hallows AGA Approved Cookery School
Welcome – our personal message
All Hallows is a unique venue, with its historic residential farmhouse and adjoining Rose Cottage Kitchen creating the perfect environment to inspire, relax and learn.
We are surrounded by gardens producing fruit, edible flowers and herbs, all waiting to be discovered. On our doorstep you’ll find a thriving farming community, alongside country walks, wildlife and Dorset views to make your visit even more memorable.
We look forward to welcoming you.
AGA Cookery Courses All Hallows
What our cookery guests say
‘Thank you for a wonderful weekend. We really enjoyed it and have come away much more knowledgeable, confident and certainly inspired. So much so that we popped to our nearest AGA shop on the way home to buy some new kit! You both made as feel very welcome and at home.’
February 2019Following the purchase of their new AGA, this lovely couple from Ascot enjoyed a weekend course at All Hallows
Brioche, Pastries and Buns
‘We’d been before and learned a lot about general cookery, this time we wanted extra tips about baking specifically. The amount of knowledge we gained from Lisa’s experience was huge and has made a massive difference to my confidence in using my AGA. We also stayed overnight as the house has rooms available too and it was just lovely – crisp linens, fresh flowers, local produce and fresh eggs for breakfast! Highly recommended!’
May 2019Sophie and Lucy travelled from the Channel Islands for their second visit to All Hallows
Residential Two Day Class
‘I can’t stop thinking about our wonderful days with you in your kitchen. It is really one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life. I hope to return with all the family someday, even if just to stay a night or two. I am also very excited to get home and start using my AGA.’
October 2018Katherine and her wonderful Mum Jayne, made their way to All Hallows from Kentucky, USA
The uplifting aroma created by squeezing, juicing and shredding sour oranges to create bitter marmalade is a rewarding seasonal ritual. Seville oranges are ready to pick from mid December, although they can normally be found in the shops from the first week of...
Every year we get involved with the Cranborne First School Allotment Club. The gathering during the autumn term is always exciting for the children as they reap the rewards from the growing season. We have planned a ‘Bean Feast’ for October and the idea was...