Cooking School with the London Chef

The London Chef

Chef Dan Hayes invites cooks of all levels to grab a glass of wine, have a giggle, and make truly inspiring food at home

Chef Dan Hayes

Cooking School Founder, Chef Dan Hayes. Photo Credit: Graem Milala

Cooking School Founder, Chef Dan Hayes. Photo Credit: Graem Milala

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When you sign up for Cooking School, you’ll learn everything from full meals to individual dishes to the essentials of cooking.

When you sign up for Cooking School, you’ll learn everything from full meals to individual dishes to the essentials of cooking.

VICTORIA, British Columbia, April 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — After a successful launch in October 2021, Canada’s first online cooking school, Cooking School with the London Chef, is thrilled to announce it has already grown to more than 1,000 international students in its first six months, thanks to a unique business model that’s based on a singular mission: To make cooking fun.

“I’m really keen to get people having fun in the kitchen. I love teaching people how to taste and understand food, not just how to follow a recipe, but how to actually cook and enjoy it! If cooking feels like a chore, you’re doing it wrong. I want cooking to be a part of the day you truly look forward to,” says Cooking School Founder, Chef Dan Hayes.

“People have been asking me to teach online for several years now, and I couldn’t be more thrilled with the initial response to Cooking School. Whether you’re cooking for yourself, for two, or for a whole family cooking is a life skill that is so important, and I guarantee we’ll have a bloody good time – every class is filled with great people and lots of laughs!”

With his background in high-end and Michelin-star European restaurants, Chef Dan Hayes, aka The London Chef, is a classically-trained chef, world-class educator, and co-host of the beloved series Moosemeat & Marmalade, which airs in three languages around the world.

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Cooking School is a virtual offering that builds on Dan’s record of teaching more than 100,000 students to cook from his brick and mortar school in Victoria, BC. One of the platform’s most engaging features is its live cooking classes – which are offered six times per month and attract an average of 200 participants per class. The best part is that every class feels like a community gathering, where people are encouraged to relax, chat with each other, interrupt Dan with questions and comments, and generally have fun in the kitchen.

As the platform continues to expand throughout 2022, Hayes is taking Cooking School on the road, to teach cuisines from around the world, starting with Spain in July.

“My husband and I signed up for Cooking School in November of 2021, and it’s really inspired new levels of confidence in our kitchen. Every month, we join the live classes with Dan, and we also use the Library for weekly inspiration. While we both enjoy cooking, we’d become less adventurous in our meals. Now, we’re having fun again when we cook! We can’t wait for the Spain-themed classes this summer, to vicariously enjoy the country of Spain, through Spanish food,” says Cooking School student, Day Deans-Buchan.

Cooking School also meets an increased trend for at-home cooking during the pandemic: a 2021 Deloitte Food Consumer Survey found that up to 72 per cent of Canadian consumers were cooking more at home than during the previous year, and a total of 63 per cent were cooking from scratch four to six times per week.

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About Cooking School with The London Chef

When you sign up for Cooking School, you’ll learn everything from full meals to individual dishes to the essentials of cooking. Monthly subscriptions start at an affordable $19.99 CAD and include six live online classes every month (value $150+), and full access to the Cooking School’s exclusive on-demand video library with new content uploaded weekly. An annual membership is $199.99 CAD. As part of the platform’s expanded offerings this spring/summer, Cooking School will be launching a new guest chef series so members have the chance to learn from and participate in live, interactive classes with guest chefs from around the world. For more information about Cooking School and to sign up, visit https://thelondonchef.com/

Learn more about Cooking School + The London Chef online:

· Website: https://thelondonchef.com/
· Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelondonchef/
· Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelondonchef

About Chef Dan Hayes
Chef Dan Hayes aka The London Chef, is a classically-trained chef, world-class educator, and co-host of the beloved series Moosemeat & Marmalade. He has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants throughout Europe, styled food for Britain’s leading food photographers, consulted on restaurant openings in London and the Canary Islands, and headlined award-winning Victoria-based cooking school, The London Chef, for over 10 years. Dan is a huge fan of rustic Mediterranean cuisine, seafood cookery and having fun in the kitchen. Combining his classical French training with a signature laid-back and fun approach in the kitchen, Dan creates memorable and outstanding dishes and cookery lessons for anyone who loves food.

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