The half term roadshow will visit the Belfast Cookery School on 16 February, and there are spaces available for the cookery class which has been designed by MasterChef winner Jane Devonshire. Parents and children who take part will learn how to prepare and serve different species of fish and learn delicious yet simple recipes to try at home.

The class is for children aged eight and up, will show families how to bring the fun and passion into cooking. Each class has been expertly designed by MasterChef winner, Jane Devonshire, and registered dietician, Juliette Kellow, and will be taught by the cook school’s in-house expert chefs.

The sessions in Belfast will dispel some of the myths around cooking seafood while teaching parents and their children how to shuck, fillet, prep and serve different species of fish and provide them with delicious recipes to try at home. The roadshow will take place after school at the Belfast Cookery School on 16 February.

Seafish has designed the roadshow to highlight the fun and creative ways parents and children can enjoy cooking and eating more seafood together, whilst educating them on the many health benefits associated with eating more fish, such as; improved sleep, stronger bones and healthy skin, nails and hair. Eating two portions of fish per week can increase brain function and regulate inflammation throughout the body as well helping to prevent serious health conditions such as coronary heart disease.

For more information on the cookery classes or to book your place, please contact Belfast Cookery School – 028 9023 4722 or info@belfastcookeryschool.com or email seafish@stripecommunications.com

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