Spike in veganism prompts Lucknam Park to taste-test new cookery course


Luxury country house hotel Lucknam Park is tapping into the rise of veganism with the introduction of a dedicated new cooking course.

The five-star hotel in Bath has launched a Go Vegan cookery course to showcase ‘interesting flavours to inspire home cooks’, aimed at anyone with an interest in the principles of veganism and learning new creative recipes.

Samples dishes range from paprika ‘hot dogs’, sweetcorn and red pepper salsa, guacamole;

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glazed baby Bromham carrot and beetroot salad, cumin ‘granola’, mustard seed dressing and Marlborough mushroom and spinach arancini, basil pesto.

The course will for three dates in 2018, 25 July, 8 September and 6 October.

The Lucknam Park Cookery School opened on site at the hotel in November 2012 and is a member of the ICSA (Independent Cookery Schools Association).

The school is run by Benjamin Taylor, who joined Lucknam Park as sous chef in the Michelin-starred ‘Restaurant Hywel Jones’ kitchen in March 2010.

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