TV chef visits Suffolk school to share cookery tips

South African TV chef Callie-Anne Gavazzi shares cookery skills at Farlingaye High School's Jamie Ol

South African TV chef Callie-Anne Gavazzi shares cookery skills at Farlingaye High School's Jamie Oliver food education session. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

A Suffolk school celebrated good, fresh, real food, with its annual Jamie Oliver food education session.

Luke Bailey and South African TV chef Callie-Anne Gavazzi conducting Farlingaye High School's Jamie

Luke Bailey and South African TV chef Callie-Anne Gavazzi conducting Farlingaye High School's Jamie Oliver food education session. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

Farlingaye High School, in Woodbridge, hosted a cookery morning for Year Eight students, run by Luke Bailey, from The Crown and Castle, in Orford.

The ambassador for Jamie’s Food Revolution taught pupils to prepare food using the scheme’s manifesto – that children should learn to cook healthy meals.

This year, Mr Bailey was accompanied by South African TV chef Callie-Anne Gavazzi – host of Callie-Anne Cooks Into the Wild.

They showed pupils how to make fresh pasta with mussels, accompanied by salads containing local ingredients, and followed by a chocolate sponge dessert.

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day was first staged in 2012. The annual campaign aims to fight childhood obesity and encourage young people to learn cookery skills with good ingredients.