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WIN a family cookery class in Charente!

PUBLISHED: 13:07 28 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:07 28 June 2017

Come Cook in France cookery class © Ian Wallace

Come Cook in France cookery class © Ian Wallace

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Enter our competition to win an afternoon cookery class for a family of four at Come Cook in France in Charente

Click here to enter!

Food writer and stylist Louise Pickford moved to France in 2013 with her husband Ian Wallace, a food and lifestyle photographer. She has recently launched Come Cook in France, running cookery courses from her kitchen in Charente. Read more about Louise and Ian’s life in Charente in the August issue of Living France, on sale 5 July.

“This is very much about using fantastic French produce to cook whatever I think makes the most of the ingredients,” says Louise. “That’s what I really like about living here – the amount of really good produce, and the amount of foraging. I went to the market this morning and bought some strawberries, and I can’t remember the last time I had a strawberry that tasted so much like a strawberry should taste. It’s all about seasonality and simplicity – cooking simple dishes with the best quality ingredients.”

We’re offering one family of four the chance to have an afternoon cookery class with Louise in Charente! In a half-day family cook club class Louise teaches the children to make afternoon tea while mum and dad relax in the garden or in the pool and then get to eat the afternoon tea their children have prepared. Click here to enter!

Terms and conditions:

The closing date is 2 August 2017

One winner will be selected at random from all correct entries after the closing date. The winner will be notified by email.

The afternoon cookery class will run from 2pm-5pm at Louise’s home in Aignes et Puyperoux, about 25 minutes south of Angoulême.

Date to be arranged directly with Louise, subject to availability

Full details of the half-day family cook club can be found here

The prize does not include travel, transfers or accommodation, or any other expenses

The prize is non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.

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