With three decades of culinary knowledge, BBC Good Food is trialling the new format to offer cooking skills for home cooks from Monday 1 July.
Comprising of two courses, the BBC Good Food collection, consumers can learn from two BBC Good Food senior food editors: Essential skills, including cooking with seafood, baking, knife skills and making spice mixes, with Cassie Best, or a deep dive into Making sourdough at home with Barney Desmazery.
Christine Hayes, Editor in Chief, BBC Good Food says: “For 30 years we’ve been showing Britain how to cook, making it easy to create good food every day. This partnership facilitates an even closer relationship with our audience, allowing food enthusiasts across the world access to our knowledgeable, approachable food editors and the opportunity to interact and learn in a virtual classroom.”
Learning with Experts Founder/CEO, Elspeth Briscoe, commented: “People feel safe in secure online community groups, learning from established brands and experts they know and trust. As the UK’s best-selling food media brand, BBC Good Food is perfectly placed to offer teaching expertise through our award winning digital formats.”
The BBC Good Food collection is available as a package, including both the courses for £49, or each course individually for £29.