Cooking up a social, healthy summer with Greenwich Pantry

Ever longed to learn how to use a knife like a professional chef, make sushi or amazing bread?

A cookery school in London is counting down the days until May 17th when they throw open their doors (in a safe, socially distanced way) after the hardest year in living memory.

For the team at Greenwich Pantry teaching cookery is about giving customers a skill, a legacy to pass on to future generations, it’s about mindfulness, sharing time with friends and making new friends and it’s about helping people make healthy choices.

It starts with the company’s founder Lara Omoloja whose love of cooking came from her mum (a former foodpreneur in Nigeria who also worked for the Ministry of Works).