Swinton Park Cookery School has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Best Tutor category of the 2014 British Cookery School Awards, sponsored by Kenwood.
Headed-up by Chef Director Stephen Bulmer, Swinton Park Cookery School has fought off tough competition from over 400 cookery schools nationwide for the third year in a row. With 20 years’ experience at Michelin-level restaurants throughout Europe and a former Chef Director of the Raymond Blanc Cookery School, Stephen is a highly respected figure in the industry, combining top-level cookery skills with a gregarious personality that engages and inspires his pupils.
The judging panel is led by foodie aficionado and BBC food and drink broadcaster Nigel Barden and also includes Delicious Magazine Editor, Karen Barnes, Kenwood’s Developmental Chef Martin Johns, Premier Foods Developmental Chef Anthony Warner as well as Guy Lincoln, Senior Lecturer at Leeds Metropolitan University’s Centre of Hospitality and Retailing Management.
Stephen Bulmer says, “It is truly an honour to be shortlisted as ‘Best Tutor’ amongst so much talent in the UK. Let’s hope I can bring the award home to Swinton Park.”
Votes for the People’s Choice Award can still be submitted until midnight on October 8th 2014 via email email@example.com or Twitter using #bcsapeopleschoice.
The winners will be revealed in a London awards ceremony on Monday 17th November at Porchester Hall, Bayswater.
Stephen runs Two Day, One Day and Half Day Courses, along with the Chef’s Tables, Mini Demonstrations and Pre-Dinner Wine Tasting & Canapé Experiences. www.swintonpark.com/cookery-school