Warner Master Classes

Producing fantastic food every single day is what our head chefs and their teams care about above all else. Now, thanks to a new online video series, you can have a peep into the kitchen at Warner’s country houses and coastal villages up and down the UK to discover what goes on behind the scenes, and what exactly goes into creating some of our most popular seasonal dishes.

If you love experimenting in the kitchen, learning new recipes and techniques then this series of short videos is for you! Even if you simply love food and aren’t too keen on getting your hands messy, you’ll still get so much out of this opportunity to see how the passion, experience and talent of our chefs helps to create mouth-watering starters, unforgettable main courses and sumptuous desserts.

June Recipe - Asparagus and Crispy Poached Egg

June Recipe – Asparagus and Crispy Poached Egg

Each month we’ll be uploading a video to the internet, each featuring one of our head chefs making a new dish. There will be detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to make each meal along with ad-hoc cooking tips from some of the leading chefs in the country. And don’t worry about missing out on the next instalment because we’ll let you know when there is a new video available to watch right here on the blog. Of course, you can keep up to date on all the latest news from Warner by liking our Facebook page and following us on Twitter.

Can’t wait to find out more? Have a sneak preview at our video which gives you a taste of Warner Master Classes by clicking here.

Have a look at the recipe for June by clicking here.

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