Ask Andrew

Ask Andrew

It depends on the facilities you have available. A normal kitchen is fine! I will bring all specialist equipment with me all you need is access to a fridge and sink and a clean apron. Alternatively, we use various professional venues throughout the UK which you can travel to.

I am happy for you to take video and pictures. You will also be given a copy of my guide on how to work with chocolate which contains all the information you will need.

I offer various support packages, we can discuss this during your training session to decide which one is right for you.

I travel all over the UK, distances up to 50 miles (from York) are included in the fee, any mileage over this will be charged for.

We now cover all areas of the country and have a base in the Northwest, we have many engagements in Cheshire, Lancashire, Wirral, Merseyside and Liverpool, please contact us for further information and availability.

Information about all our suppliers is listed here and can also be found in your course handbook.

Yes! I can tailor a training session to your exact needs and timescales.

I can provide recipes which have been shelf life tested as well as links to websites where you can see more. I can also provide a reading list of suitable books on the subject.

You can telephone, Skype or email me at anytime for any further assistance.

I usually talk and demonstrate for between 45 mins to an hour but can go on longer! Samples are provided too.

It depends on the type of service required and distance but please contact me to discuss your  requirements.

No, although I teach professional courses, many of my courses are taught informally at various cookery schools around the UK. I also do a series of fun workshops suitable for a wide range of age groups.

I try to cater for everyone although many of our ingredients may contain traces of allergens, please advise us at the time of booking if you have any allergen concerns.

We provide all specialist equipment for your course or workshop session, it is best to wear comfortable shoes as the course will involve standing. Aprons will be provided by many of our partner cookery schools although for workshops and private courses in other venues it is best to bring your own.

Yes, we can supply our bars and other products with your own label, we can suggest various ways of personalising your packaging.

It depends on the size of the venue and the type of workshop but generally from 1 to 25 guests can be accommodated.