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Thursday July 14 2016

Liverpool's most acclaimed & innovative chef takes dessert lesson at St. Julie's


Celebrated Liverpool chef Gary Manning, co-owner and executive chef of the 60 Hope Street Group paid a visit to St. Julie's High School in Woolton to deliver a dessert lesson



Liverpool's most acclaimed & innovative chef takes dessert lesson at St. Julie's

Acclaimed chef pays visit to Woolton school

Celebrated Liverpool chef Gary Manning, co-owner and executive chef of the 60 Hope Street Group paid a visit to St. Julie's High School in Woolton to lead Year 9 students through a presentation workshop.

Gary walked the students through the preparation of his favourite artisan desserts before demonstrating a wide range of techniques used in the restaurant business for presenting food in beautiful and engaging ways.

As well as offering top techniques to students as part of their curriculum, Gary also spoke about food provenance and how utilitising local produce is good for the culinary experience, good for the environment and good for business.

When the workshop was complete Gary had the difficult job of judging the completed dishes.

He said: "I'm really grateful to St. Julie's for inviting me as I gained a great deal of satisfaction from the day, especially seeing how all the students were so engaged in what they were learning."

Tracy Whitfield who suggested the idea to Gary after a visit to 60 Hope Street said: "We'd like to say a huge thanks to Gary for making time in his very busy schedule, especially around graduation week in the city to come and work with our students. They were all hugely inspired and will be putting all of the top tips they learned into practice!"



"I'm really grateful to St. Julie's for inviting me as I gained a great deal of satisfaction from the day, especially seeing how all the students were so engaged in what they were learning."
Gary Manning








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