Summary Christmas Canapés with Chapel Down Sparkling Wine

Looking to elevate your Christmas party? Canapés and award-winning English sparkling wine are an excellent way to get the celebrations started. In partnership with prestigious UK wine producer Chapel Down, this cookery demonstration will teach you all the techniques and skills you need to prepare, garnish and present your own delicious canapés, all served with carefully selected wine pairings.

As well as plenty of tasters throughout the session, you'll also leave with tips and time saving tricks to support your cooking and party planning this festive season.

Homegrown in the North Downs of Kent, Chapel Down is England's leading wine producer, working to change the world's perception of English wine.

Please note: this is a demonstration event with cooking led by Leiths teachers. There will be no student practical cooking in this session.


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Menu subject to change.

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What you'll learn Christmas Canapés with Chapel Down Sparkling Wine

Skills covered:

  • Emulsion sauces
  • White sauce
  • Knife skills
  • Use of gelatine and how to work with it
  • Batters
  • What to think about when planning a canapé evening

* All prices correct at time of publishing. Please note that prices are likely to change at the end of each financial year (April).


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