Not even the yellow weather warning could stave off a great turnout for the Jus Rol, #JusRolwithit event last Thursday evening hosted by Laura Woods in the Cooks Academy, South William Street.
Invited guests were treated to some delicious canapés, all freshly prepared in the cooks academy, whilst getting to sit back, sip on some wine and watch cooking demos by Gary O’Hanlon on savory and Lousie Lennox on sweet.
Guests on the night included Alison Canavan, Edward Smith from Suburbia Magazine and Social and Personal’s Richard Kavanagh.
For information on Jus Rol produts click HERE
ABOUT COOKS ACADEMY
“Centrally located in the thriving and bustling heart of Dublin’s”Creative Quarter” on South William Street, Cooks Academy is just a stone’s throw from Grafton Street.
The school offers a broad range of culinary programmes, short courses and wine courses geared for both enthusiastic amateurs and aspiring culinary and hospitality professionals. Cooks Academy numbers many of Ireland’s top companies as clients who avail of the school’s unique facilities, reputation and location to entertain staff or clients.
Cooks Academy was founded in 2005 and delivers more cookery lessons to more participants than any other cookery school in Ireland. From its world class facility and with a large resource of professional cookery tutors and guest chefs, the school does not lose sight of its core principals which remain reputation, relevancy and continuous improvement together with a focus on positive customer experience.” Read More