Reflect on Your Learning Journey: Your Journal

Reflect on Your Learning Journey: Your Journal

Our aim at Workshop has always been to create the best possible way for you to learn new skills. One of the most important parts of the learning process is the reinforcement of what you’ve already been taught through some form of testing or recall, either immediately, or at a later date.

From June onwards, every time you complete a lesson, you’ll be asked to take a photo of your creation which will appear as part of a journal entry.

How to Make Bread: 7 Easy Homemade Bread Recipes

How to Make Bread: 7 Easy Homemade Bread Recipes

Always fancied learning how to make bread but found it hard as a beginner? We’ve listed 7 easy recipes that are as simple as they are swaying. From a simple white loaf, to a seedy brown, flatbread and practical bagel and English muffin recipes to get you through the week, we’ve got everything to get you started.

SPOTLIGHT: Jennifer Earle on Making Chocolate

“Start now. Keep moving. If you don’t ask you’ll never know. What’s the worst that can happen?”
Jen told us these are the best pieces of advice she has ever been given. We think it is sound advice and is absolutely in line with our beliefs at Workshop. There is no point hanging around when you can be learning through doing, right?!  

SPOTLIGHT: Yuki Gomi on Making Sushi

Yuki grew up in Yamanashi close to the mountains surrounding Mount Fuji. Here she was immersed in fresh air, beautiful scenery and home-grown organic vegetables, which set the scene for every meal.

SPOTLIGHT: Ben Ebbrell on Hosting Effortlessly

Ben Ebbrell is chef at SORTEDfood - the most engaged cooking channel on YouTube and a global movement of over 2 million friends who share a passion for food, cooking and laughter. Ben’s skills span the cooking spectrum, which is shown through the hundreds of recipes...

Cooking with SORTEDfood

Where better to start with hands-on learning than helping people to improve their cooking skills?! SORTEDfood are the founding partner of the cooking category on Workshop.

SPOTLIGHT! Chetna on Indian Samosas

Chetna Makan, once a fashion designer in Mumbai, is now a passionate cook, author and was a contestant on The Great British Bake Off. Food and cooking have always been a big part of Chetna’s life. Her inspiration for cooking came from her mum who, she says “taught me...

SPOTLIGHT! Benjamina Ebuehi on Cake Decorating

You will most likely recognise self-declared perfectionist, Benjamina Ebuehi, and her incredible creations from The Great British Bake Off where she reached the quarter-finals. Benjamina has always been fascinated with baking and cake decorating. She explained that it...

SPOTLIGHT! Eric Lanlard on Mastering Pastry

Eric Lanlard, Master Pâtissier and twice winner of the prestigious Continental Pâtissier of the Year at the British Baking Awards, trained in France, and moved to London where aged 22 he became the head pastry chef for Albert and Michel Roux. Today, he owns Cake Boy,...

SPOTLIGHT! Hari Ghotra on Indian Restaurant Favourites

Workshop mentor, Hari Ghotra, has worked at The Tamarind Collection of Restaurants which includes Tamarind of Mayfair, one of the first Indian restaurants (ever) to be awarded a Michelin star. Following her passion to share her knowledge and experience of authentic...

SPOTLIGHT! James Currie on Basic Bread Making

James Currie, development chef at SORTEDfood has years of recipe development experience and couldn’t imagine a life without cooking at the centre. James explains that it wasn’t always that way though.

What It Takes To Be A Mentor

Workshop would not be possible without its incredible network of masterful mentors. At the top of their game, workshop mentors are truly passionate about sharing their expertise and getting more people learning.

SPOTLIGHT! The Meringue Girls On Mastering Meringue

The Meringue Girls all the girls took different paths into the foodie world, but one thing they all have in common is their passion for cooking. While some of the girls learned traditionally through training schools others started with a real interest in cooking delicious food and have refined their skills from the buzzing Meringue Girls kitchen.

And so it begins…

Yesterday we opened the doors to Workshop Early Access on iOS! We’re giving up to 500 people in the UK the opportunity to learn how to make macarons from master baker Edd Kimber.

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