Delia Smith and Ed Balls Visit Children’s Cooking Class in Hove

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4th May 2015

 

Delia Smith and Ed Balls Visit Children’s Cooking Class in Hove

Young students at children’s cooking school; Cookery Doodle Doo enjoyed a visit from TV cooking legend Delia Smith and Labour MP Ed Balls in Hove today.

 

The usual baking class at The Pelican on Portland was attended by the high-profile visitors as part of the Labour campaign. The children seemed unfazed by the celebrity guests as they baked fresh bread and made hummus surrounded by TV crews and media.

 

Katie Elfer, Director of Cookery Doodle Doo said “When our local teacher Jess told me we’d have baking legend Delia popping along to a Cookery Doodle Doo class – I was absolutely thrilled. She was always something of a star in my foodie household growing up and I often return to her trusty recipes when feeding my own family.”

 

Jess Haywood said “Ed Balls was absolutely charming and the children seemed delighted to have a couple of grown-ups to boss around and tell what to do! I hope they enjoyed the cooking club and wouldn’t it be fantastic if Delia had a go at making our ‘Dippidoopledoo’ recipe at home!”

 

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For more information please contact Cookery Doodle Doo founder Katie Elfer:

M: Katie on 07588692955

E: info@cookerydoodledoo.com

W: www.cookerydoodledoo.com

Twitter: @cookerydoodledo

 

Information about the Cookery Doodle Doo

Cookery Doodle Doo launched in Brighton in 2011 and is now the fastest-growing children’s cooking school franchise in the UK. Founded by mother and entrepreneur Katie Elfer, the creative and original children’s cooking classes are available for children aged 3-10. More information can be found on their website: www.cookerydoodledoo.com

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