Bring your whole family together to learn how to prepare home-made festive treats

Cooking has many aspects: the traditions, the recipes and the dishes themselves. These workshops will give you confidence and ideas that will help you bring friends and family together to enjoy delicious food. In our busy lives, we often think that preparing tasty meals takes too much time and requires “Masterchef level” talents but it cannot be further from the truth…

Each 90-minute workshop will introduce the recipe and preparation techniques for a delicious home-made festive treat.

Cake Pops – 12.00pm

Mini Chocolate Logs – 2.00pm

These workshops are part of the Hampton Court House Family Christmas Fayre. Join us all day from 10.00am for a Christmas crafts market, activities for children, carols around the fire and an exhibition of Form Seven students’ work.

  • Sunday 11 October at 12.00pm and 2.00pm
  • Adults and children are invited together
  • Each workshop lasts 90 minutes
  • £15 per adult per session, children free
  • Ingredients are included – you will be able to take away your own box of Christmas treats

Meet your tutor

Emmanuelle Liebert

As far as she can remember, Emmanuelle Liebert has been passionate about food. She was always the first to sit down at the kitchen table for meals. As a girl of ten, on a long summer holiday in France, Emma was bored and desperate for new adventures – this was before iPads existed! She headed for the kitchen, started to cook and never looked back.

Over the years Emma has gathered and tested thousands of recipes from all over the world. She was born and raised in France, then lived in Spain and in Asia before settling in England. These three short workshops are suitable for all the family. Together, you will be cooking delicious festive treats.