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When: July 2013
Where: All Recipease shops
We are getting very excited to launch some new summer dishes to our cafe menu!! Dishes include bircher muesli and black pudding on toast... we think they'll be a big hit! Watch this space for updates.... In the meantime, check out our current cafe menu.
This event was held on the 15th October 2012
Where: Recipease, Notting Hill
The class so nice they named it twice!
Recipease is over the moon to be hosting a cooking lesson with Levi Roots, the legend behind Reggae Reggae Sauce. Levi will take the class through his culinary background - from his roots in Jamaica where he learned to cook with his grandmother, right through to the present day, including his creation of Reggae Reggae Sauce which took off after he charmed the investors on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den.
On the night he’ll teach pupils to cook Jamaica’s national dish, ackee and salt fish, and show you how to create the perfect authentic jerk seasoning. It’s a unique chance to meet a true character, brilliant chef and entrepreneur, as well as to learn about all kinds of exciting Caribbean ingredients and recipes from a man who knows more about it than most. Don’t miss this! All proceeds go to charity!
This event was on the 21st September 2012
Where: Recipease, Notting Hill
Jamie Magazine editor, Andy Harris, has a passion for Greek food and in this special evening he's planning Olympian festivities with a hands-on cooking class of some classics like moussaka and octopus salad.
Add artisan Greek food and drink expert Thomas Douzis from Ergon who's flying over specially to reveal the secrets of some exciting Aegean flavours.
The evening will end with a plate-smashing feast of slow-cooked lamb and kid with herbs and vegetables cooked in the wood-fired oven and other delights. A ticket gets you a cooking class and wine tasting, the feast, and a few treats to take home. Profits go to the Better Food Foundation, to supports programmes such as the Fifteen apprentices.
Where: Recipease shops
Join us for a crash course in the exciting and delicious world of Japanese cuisine. Let our chefs tantalise your taste buds with our fabulous new lesson, “A taste of Japan”.
You’ll learn to make some fantastic sauces and dips that form the basis of lots Japanese dishes. Our teachers will guide you as you prepare and cook sticky chicken teriyaki and perfect your tempura batter skills by making crispy vegetable and prawn tempura with a ponzu dipping sauce.
You’ll also cook tofu simmered in a dashi and miso sauce, and pan-fried spinach with a toasted sesame seed sauce. They will then show you how to present your dishes beautifully, you will sit down with the rest of the class and enjoy your dishes with a glass of wine or beer, you will receive all the recipes, so you can go home and wow your friends and family with your new cooking skills.
Timeout London magazine, current issue
8 must try venues for 2012
Why not make 2012 the year of great food; head to Jamie Oliver’s popular food store, Recipease, where you can enjoy a range of easy to learn cookery courses. Offering a wide range of lessons from knife skills to perfecting a delicious Mexican feast, the perfect place to learn, socialise and enjoy great food. The cafe area is great for starting your day with a freshly baked breakfast and the shop is stuffed with fantastic ingredients, treats and appliances. Beat the crowds and check their website for 2012 lessons and events now.
Cool London guide, 2011
He's now as synonymous with British food as jellied eels and pies and mash, so it stands to reason that Britain's premier geezer, Jamie Oliver, should open his own cooking school and shop. Recipease in Clapham Junction stocks everything you might need for your kitchen, including Jamie's own brand ready-meals. There's a yum et-in and take-out cafe specialising in breakfast and lunch, and they also run cooking classes for everyone from beginners to kitchen whizzes. Pucker tucker, mate!
Kim & Stefan, Clapham
Wow what a great night, my husband and I really enjoyed the evening. It was well organized , the kitchen teams hospitality was warm and fun and the recipes a delight to cook but the taste was even better , a true explosion in the mouth .
I haven’t had such a tasty meal, not sure if it was our cooking or a combination of understanding the complexity of the flavours and really understanding the recipe.
Congratulations to the team. Thank you.
I would like to congratulate and commend the Brighton store. This was extremely well executed, very instructive and more importantly, really good fun. Our chef, Alex, was impressively informed, easy going and informative, humorous and patient. In all honesty, I was sceptical prior to arrival, but that was my own misplaced arrogance, for it was a brilliant experience. One that I would, and have already, heartily recommend to all my family friends and work colleagues.
Many thanks for a great morning yesterday when Steve shared his expertise with Derek, Elaine, Ellie and Alex. Steve - it was like Jamie was there with us in the room! We loved the meal and are considering investing in a pasta maker. Really wanting to do the knife skills course next.
Many thanks for a making a Christmas so memorable.
Best Small Shop
Sponsored by: Managing Director of HMKM Alison Cardy
Best VM solution
The Land Securities Best UK retail interior
Sponsored by: Land Securities
The Awards proved to be a fantastic night, bringing together hundreds of retail and store fitting professionals to honour those who have performed outstandingly over the last year. Comedian Rhod Gilbert hosted the ceremony and guests enjoyed the post awards disco until the early hours.
Recipease were shortlisted 4 times and won 3 awards, including the Land Securities Best UK Retail Interior. Liberty's picked up 2 awards with AE Hadley, and Barbie, Shanghai won Best International Retail Interior.
When discussing Recipease, London, the judges decided that:
“This one has got it all, looks, content, design and perhaps most of all a format that everybody will want to visit.”
Where: Recipease, Clapham Junction
On Monday 8th August, our Clapham Junction shop was damaged due to the London riots. Our front windows were smashed, but thankfully nobody was injured. We thought we'd make the most of the situation, and decorate our boarded-up windows. Check out the comments from all our well-wishers.
When: Now available
Where: Recipease shops
We've got everything you need to host a fantastic shindig at your home or office. You look after the guests and we'll take care of the food. Sorted.
At Recipease, we believe in using top-quality seasonal and sustainable ingredients. We can offer you a delicious selection of freshly prepared dishes. They're all mouth-wateringly good and, best of all, they give you the chance to mingle with your guests instead of being stuck in the kitchen... Contact your local shop for more details!
By Andrew Kay, Creative Director
Recipease is my new favourite place to go. Busy, friendly and full of foodie temptations. I can recommend the classes, even if you are already an accomplished cook. They would make a great present for a foodie friend and an even better one for a friend who never cooks for you because they claim they can’t cook. The products are well designed and sensibly priced, and I can vouch that the prepared dishes you finish at home are great as one dear friend, who claims that he can’t cook, uses them to great effect on a regular basis. All in all, as they all seem to say: bish bosh – job done!