Guinea fowl for lunch

For all you who live in London and are looking for something different to do in your lunch break, you should check out the cookery school L’atelier des Chefs. They do 30 minute “Cook, Eat and Run” classes twice a day from Tuesday to Friday. A professional chef will guide you through the recipe and can also teach you many little tips and tricks which you wouldn’t find in a cookery book. And then you can enjoy the fruits of your labours in the dining room.

On today’s lunch menu was this delicious guinea fowl stuffed with mozzarella, served with fennel and sun blushed tomatoes.  Guinea fowl is not something that people usually cook with at home, but it really adds a special element to the dish… provided you can source some guinea fowl that is! The chef did say that you can easily replace it with chicken. The skin was crispy and well seasoned, the meat tender and juicy whilst the fennel and the tomatoes added a little tang to the dish.

All of this achieved in just 30 minutes, of course with the help of our experienced, if slightly cheeky, Chef Louis.

You can find the recipe here and you can book for your own “Cook, Eat and Run” class here. I would love to hear about your experience if you do decide to try it out!

L’atelier des Chefs

19 Wigmore Street, London, W1U 1PH

Nearest tube: Oxford Circus/ Bond Street

2 thoughts on “Guinea fowl for lunch

  1. Pingback: Seared Scallops with Braised Puy Lentils and Balsamic Vinaigrette « Almost Always Hungry

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