Woking Academy

Seasonal menu: Spring

Time to freshen things up in the kitchen with some delicious inspiration for spring with our seasonal cooking class. There’s tons of exciting new produce bursting into life and our chefs will be passing on plenty of cooking tips and tricks as you make a three-course menu featuring the best ingredients of the season.


What to expect

We love cooking with ingredients when they’re at their best. Our Seasonal classes are a great way to explore produce that reflects the time of year, whether that’s fresh tender veg in spring or the orchard fruits of autumn.

Spring is such an exciting time in the kitchen. With fresh herbs in abundance and tender, sweet greens coming through, we can't wait to share some delicious recipes for an elegant starter, stunning main and sweet treat dessert. 

We'll be focussing on making the most out of fresh herbs to create flavour-packed sauces and dressings for seasonal veg such as asparagus, plus cooking a meaty lamb main that's a change from your usual Sunday roast. With vibrant rhubarb in season, it would be a shame not to use it in a gorgeous dessert, too. 

You'll enjoy eating some of your dishes here at the Academy for lunch but have plenty to take home as well - it's up to you who you share them with!

Class details

Class starts: 10am, arrive anytime from 9.30am to check in at reception

Class finishes: 3-3.30pm, depending on lunch break and time to finish dishes

Class size: Maximum 12 guests, some elements may require working in pairs with a classmate, don’t worry if you’ve come alone – it’s a great way to meet new people and have a laugh

Typical recipes and skills (we’ll cook the best available on the day, so we might surprise you!):

  • Starter, main and dessert featuring fresh herbs, zingy lemon, hearty lamb, tender asparagus, vibrant rhubarb and more...

What’s included

  • Expert guidance from our chef teacher and assistants
  • All ingredients and equipment
  • Gordon Ramsay Academy apron to wear in class
  • Recipe wallet and class recipes
  • Refreshments throughout the class including a glass of wine, beer or soft drink
  • Takeaway containers to take your creations home in (although feel free to bring your own or a cool bag if travelling far)