Virtual Cooking with a Celebrity Chef
Cook with a celeb! - Bring Chris Eden, celebrity chef into your kitchen and enjoy an hour and half virtual cooking with a Michelin starred chef!
Chris is without doubt one of the UK’s leading chefs appearing on the BBC’s ’Great British Menu’ and becoming the first Cornish born chef to win the prestigious Michelin Star. All the ingredients for a main course will be delivered to you and your guests homes along with a cooking kit which can be branded if required. Your virtual event will be hosted by a recognisable TV presenter - got some questions for Chris, fire away!
- Starter and dessert can be added at additional cost.
- Subject to availability at the time of booking.
- Includes: Celebrity chef Chris Eden, Your own exclusive 90 minute virtual cooking class, Television presenter to host, Branded (if required), cooking kit to include all ingredients for a main course delivered to your guests homes, Administrator behind the scenes ensuring all goes to plan with your online event.
- Package based on 8 people.
- Additional guests can be added at extra cost.
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