Michelin starred chef gives Fife cookery students online masterclass

Geoffrey Smeddle, The Peat Inn.Geoffrey Smeddle, The Peat Inn.
Geoffrey Smeddle, The Peat Inn.
Michelin starred chef Geoffrey Smeddle gave cookery students at Fife College a virtual masterclass this week.

The chief proprietor at The Peat Inn, Cupar, staged a cookery demonstration before taking in part in a Q&A with the professional cookery students.

Geoffrey is one of Scotland’s top chefs, and had an extensive background of working in restaurants across the world before taking over The Peat Inn and earning his first Michelin star in 2010.

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The masterclass was just one of a number of events being organised for culinary arts students as part of a virtual food festival.

Food and drink experts from around the region will be carrying out demonstrations, workshops and industry talks, with guests including Stuart Ralston from the Aizle Restaurant in Edinburgh, Shona Sutherland from Taystful in Blairgowrie and Lucy Spendlow from Mitchells in St Andrews.

Mr Smeddle said: “It’s always brilliant to speak to people who are so enthusiastic about food, and who are so eager to learn more about the industry.”

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