An online cookery class from the comfort of your own kitchen, anywhere in the UK. Join us live on zoom where our Head Chef Stuart will teach the class to you from our kitchen to yours.
An online, interactive, and fun session where you can mingle with our other guests while preparing and enjoying the menu for the evening. Prior to the class, we will deliver a box to your home with all the ingredients you will need along with instructions on what equipment you will need and how to join us on the evening.
It really is a night in with a difference!
5.45pm: Welcome and introductions
6pm: The cooking begins
6.45pm: Starter ready to be enjoyed
7pm: Cooking the main course
7.45pm: Main course ready which can be enjoyed with the group and our team or you can sign off at this point and enjoy with your group
8.15pm: Back to class to add finishing touches to dessert
8:45pm: Enjoy dessert
Zoom Session Requirements
Bandwidth Requirements – To achieve a smooth call your internet connection should be able to maintain a minimum download and upload speed of 1.5Mbps. Speeds under these requirements may still work but may be subject to choppy/frozen video and poor quality sound.
To test your internet connection please go to website http://speedtest.net
Please remember that Zoom may not be the only thing using your internet bandwidth, other considerations to take into account are:
- Other Apps on your device. These should be shutdown before your session as they are most likely to be connecting to the internet periodically and using available bandwidth.
- Other devices in your household. If your son/daughter is immersed in Fortnite or streaming the latest movie from Netflix to their phone they will be consuming large amounts of your bandwidth.
Best practices to get a smooth, quality Zoom session is to shutdown Alexa and ban the kids from using their consoles and phones.
Cook School Scotland does not have any affiliation with Zoom. CookSchool Scotland is merely using the Zoom service as a customer.
All customers and partners use Zoom and this guidance at their own risk.