I strongly advocate that aspiring chefs enrol for our work-experience programme. This helps them to make an educated decision about joining the exciting, but demanding, culinary industry. Julia Whitby, a Grade 11 pupil, recently took up our offer. She now has an idea of the behind-the-scenes work and was thrilled with all she learned. Her words succinctly convey her feelings:
Do you have a passion for cooking, wanting to pursue a career as a Chef? Why don’t you come and sit in on normal day lectures, this may be theory-based or practical depending on what day is available to you.
Do you have a Weber? Have you attended a Weber Grill academy course at my school? If you have answered no to the first question-go out and buy a Weber and then come on our next Weber class. If you have a Weber and think you know it all... you don’t!
3 Day Teen Cooking Camp with Chef Jackie will be a hands-on cooking camp with recipes from Jackie’s two cooking books; “Jackie Cameron Cooks at Home” and “Baking with Jackie Cameron”. Everything cooked will be eaten by the teen chefs.
In a collaboration between Raewyn du Toit and Jackie Cameron, the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine presents an exciting cooking course just for teenagers. 27 June - 1 July 2016
I believe a successful day relies heavily on a healthy morning kick start. The ideas I'm about to share may even entice youngsters to think more seriously about breakfast.
Bowing to public demand sees us adding a new dimension to Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine that gives anyone with culinary interests the opportunity to be a part of a like-minded group.
Ever wanted to learn some of Chef Jonty Nicolson’s Culinary Secrets to use in your own home? Here’s your chance!
Due to popular demand, the courses “DO IT THE JACKIE CAMERON WAY” are all changed to ONLY Saturday and Sundays. So our first class is on the 19th and 20th March.