Brendan joins Seasoned Courses

Seasoned Courses - culinary cooking coursesBrendan has confirmed he will be delivering baking courses at Seasoned Courses’ converted stables at Catton Hall, set in beautiful countryside outside Lichfield in the Midlands. It is expected that he will be providing 2 courses a month, and details will soon be on Seasoned Courses‘ website.

Brilliant Baking – This will be a day learning essential techniques for cakes, pastries and buns, including the famous Chelsea Bunskis!

Baking Showstoppers – This will be day taking the simple art of baking to a new ‘showstopping’ level !

Please follow the above links or contact Seasoned on 01283 810275 or to book

Seasoned Courses superb facilities at Catton Hall

Seasoned Courses superb facilities at Catton Hall

Seasoned Courses run day courses from a beautiful location on the Derbyshire / Staffordshire border and travel all over the Midlands providing cookery experiences for Groups and the Community, tailoring courses around your needs.

Seasoned’s founder, Clare Tetley has a keen interest in food education in schools and the well-documented positive effects of food on health and social cohesion.  Hence education in Schools and the Community is very close to our heart.



7 Responses to “Brendan joins Seasoned Courses”

  1. Pip Mercer
    October 16, 2012 at 3:29 pm #

    Just signed up on a course with you and can’t wait!!

    Look forward to those Chelsea Bunskis!

    Pip x

  2. abby
    October 18, 2012 at 10:25 am #

    Brendan, this is a great idea! Baking is such a good way to bring people together and give them a sense of achievement. Wonderful that you will be doing the same thing in care homes-let us know how you get on. Has been a joy to watch you every Tuesday in GBBO, your skill and expertise is astounding! Not only that, but your calm and unflappable nature comes through on every show-inspiring! The Buddhist Baker! Can you get your own TV show? Like The Choir, but with bakes? Wishing you every happiness.

    Abby x

  3. October 23, 2012 at 2:49 pm #

    Catton Hall is a wonderful venue! Wishing you all the very best on your baking endeavours. Despite being a little obsessed with baking myself this was the first GBBO I’ve watched and thoroughly enjoyed it. After watching your swan choux I’m even tempted to give the pastry a go myself – this is one recipe I just have a mental block over…surely it’s not as scary to make in real life?

  4. Nina
    October 26, 2012 at 10:37 pm #

    Pleasure to attend your course today Brendan. I thought it was fantastic! Nina x

    • brendan
      October 27, 2012 at 12:05 am #

      Thank you Nina. Really enjoyed working with you and with a lovely team. You have much talent – so lots to build on. Warm wishes Brendan x

  5. October 30, 2012 at 8:22 pm #

    We really look forward to working with you and if the trial day is anything to go by the baked goodies produced in our wonderful surroundings will be simply divine

  6. Martin
    November 10, 2012 at 12:18 am #

    Inspired by GBBO, I spent a week with my sister in Cornwall discovering whether or not I could do this baking thing. As a life-long non cook,I wasn’t expecting much,but the results-much to my astonishment-were quite reasonable and seemed to be generally appreciated.
    Consequentially,I’ve signed up for the Brilliant Baking course. This is possibly a step to far. I’m starting to get very nervous..

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