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Our seasonal cooking class

Free Neptune Bristol 22 November 2019

One of our favourite cooks, Becky Wilkinson, is back in our kitchen with nine warming recipes for autumn and winter, from ways with in-season ingredients to making the most of your festive leftovers and ideas for edible gifts.

Surrounded by all things foodie from a young age, Becky trained at Leith’s School of Food & Wine, and has since worked with the likes of Mary Berry, James Martin and Tom Kerridge. When she’s not busy sharing her love of food with you in our store, you’ll often find her behind the scenes at Saturday Kitchen Live.

Join her on Friday 22nd November when she’ll be showing you how easy each of her seasonal recipes is to make. You’ll also be able to take home recipe cards so you can recreate the dishes yourself.

There’ll be two demonstrations: one at 11am and another at 2pm. You don’t need to pay a thing to come along to either, just let us know you’d like to book a spot by emailing , calling us on 0117 246 4200 or popping in to see us.

P.S. It’s best to come along to this one on an empty stomach!

 


Neptune Bristol

98B/C Whiteladies Road
Bristol
BS8 2QY
01172 464 200

Need to knows

Parking: you may be lucky enough to find a parking space outside our store. These are free for the first 30 minutes (you'll still need a ticket), and pay-and-display for up to three hours after that. It's also completely free to park here on Sundays. Failing that, we suggest the Clifton Down train station or shopping centre car parks.
Wheelchair access: Neptune Bristol is spread across one floor, and although there is the odd step and level change, we have wheelchair ramps to provide easy access in and around the building. If there’s anything you would like to check with us before you visit, we’re just one call away.
Prams and little ones: there’s a little section of the store next to our Flower Shop where you can park your pram and leave it be while you browse to your heart's content.
Four-legged friends: well-behaved dogs are more than welcome too – we even have a jar of biscuits. But if you’re the proud owner of four Great Danes, we’d appreciate it if you perhaps left them at home.
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