sharpen your cooking skills – update

a virtual cookery school change of plans

There’s a well loved Australian country song about a pub with no beer and for some reason I kept thinking about that over the weekend.

You see, I’ll be honest, the response to the Sharpen Your Cooking Skills class I was planning to run at the Stonesoup Virtual Cookery School was underwhelming, to say the least. So after consulting a few of my current students, I’ve decided to have a bit of a reshuffle.

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I’ve brought forward the 5minutes Salads masterclass. It will now be available from Sat 28th May. Click here to find out more. The 25% OFF special offer is still valid until Thursday 19th. So get in quick. It’s the LAST TIME you’ll be able to get access to the Stonesoup Virtual Cookery School for only $20/month.

And I’m in the process of rethinking the topic for our next in-depth class – details next week. But if there are any burning issues you have that you’d love to see in a cooking class, I’m all ears. Please let me know in the comments!

For those of you who applied for the scholarship. Thankyou for your interest! Don’t worry, I’ll be offering a scholarship to the new in-depth class. Your application will be kept until then.

scholarship

I’m also offering 4 scholarship places for 12 months tuition at the Stonesoup Virtual Cookery School.

And this time I’ve enlisted the services of some of my favourite food bloggers including Barbara from Winos and Foodies, Tara from Tea & Cookies, Clotilde from Chocolate & Zucchini and Molly from Orangette to help choose the most worthy scholarship students.

So if you would love to Sharpen Your Cooking Skills, but are a bit short on cash at the moment, now’s your chance.

Just leave a comment below or email me jules@thestonesoup.com and tell us why you deserve a scholarship position. I’m looking for creativity and enthusiasm!

Scholarship entries close midnight Saturday 14th May 2011. Thursday 2nd June 2011.

the fine print:
The winning entrant will be notified by email and the results published on Stonesoup – unless the winners wish to remain anonymous.
The judge’s decision will be final and no other correspondence shall be entered into.

PS. If you know of someone who might be interested, please share this page with them. I’d really appreciate it.

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