Seafood Cookery Course

Seafood Cookery Course

Learn how to prepare and cook seafood.

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Seafood cookery course – prepare and cook seafood at home or on a campfire. Cooking fresh fish and shellfish is easy once you know how, we will cover all the basics, including stocks, soups, cooking whole fish or shellfish, filleting and much more…

What is it?

This one day seafood cookery course is crammed with professional step by step demonstrations on how to approach a range of fish and shellfish, you learn hands-on how to prepare different types of seafood for the pan and table. We use a sustainable range of locally caught and collected fish and shellfish that is freshly available, exact varieties of seafood will of course depend on the season and weather at the time.

The skills you experience on our seafood cookery course

Our course gives you expert guidance as you prepare fish and shellfish. We demonstrate the easiest way to professionally prepare them, so you get maximum produce and minimum waste. Learn how to make the most out of your produce, every last morsel is utilised to extract as much flavour as possible.

Take away a confident set of practical hands on skills that can be used in any situation going forward, be it a cosy dinner at home for family or friends or a survival weekend in the wild.

Taste the delicious rewards of your efforts as we combine all the ingredients to create a fresh, tasty meal.

What do you need for the course?

Everything you need will be supplied on the day.

Maximum group size of 6.

Private course group bookings available on request.

What does it cost?

Individual course fee £84.00.

How do you book?

Please select a date and location for your intended course and complete the online booking process at the top of the page

Your spaces on the course are confirmed once full payment is received. If you need assistance or have any concerns regarding this course, please email the


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25th August 2019 in SW Dorset

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