Ardanaiseig supports ‘Eat in Season’ campaign with new Cookery Classes

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Ardanaiseig Hotel in Argyll is lending its support to the Scottish Government’s new ‘Eat in Season’ campaign by offering ‘Cook in Season’ classes with Chef-de-Cuisine Gary Goldie. Guests will learn to prepare gourmet dishes using a range of fresh, seasonal produce, as well as experiencing Gary’s own creations.

Ardanaiseig Hotel in Argyll is lending its support to the Scottish Government’s new ‘Eat in Season’ campaign by offering ‘Cook in Season’ classes with Chef-de-Cuisine Gary Goldie. Guests will learn to prepare gourmet dishes using a range of fresh, seasonal produce, as well as experiencing Gary’s own creations.

The new ‘Cook in Season’ Mini-Break has been launched in support of the new Scottish Government campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the benefits of eating in season. The campaign will communicate how seasonal food tastes better, is great value and is a more sustainable lifestyle choice.

Chef de Cuisine, Gary Goldie, explains ‘I have always been a passionate supporter of using fresh, seasonal produce and am delighted that the Scottish Government has introduced this nationwide campaign. As well as being an ongoing ambassador through the meals I prepare at Ardanaiseig, I hope to further contribute to the campaign by sharing my knowledge and enthusiasm in these one-to-one, hands-on cookery classes.’

The Scottish Government recently commended Ardanaiseig for its ‘commitment to sourcing, cooking and serving iconic Scottish produce, in line with the tourism industry’s shared focus this year on Food & Drink’
A two night ‘Eat in Season’ Cookery Mini-Break at Ardanaiseig costs from £318 per person. For further information visit http://www.ardanaiseig.com.

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