Charlotte Pike started work on Field & Fork School in 2015 to create a completely new kind of practical food education. We are a pop-up cookery school, aiming to create an immersive, transformative experience for everyone who visits us. We want to change lives through food, and we operate as a social enterprise. We want to inspire and provoke thought, and share knowledge and ideas. We offer something completely new, different and inclusive and we are working towards building a permanent home for our work.
What is Field & Fork School?
We run pop-up cookery classes designed to offer you the skills you need to get cooking fantastic, fresh and frugal food from scratch for you and your family at a fair and accessible price. We introduce participants to fantastic ingredients, and explore the origins of our food, whilst think about food sourcing and sustainability in a fun and creative way.
Who is Charlotte Pike?
Charlotte is an award-winning food writer. Charlotte completed her professional chef training at the world-renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School in Ireland, and she splits her time between writing cookery books and working as one of the UK’s leading independent cookery teachers. Her fifth book was published in May 2017, and she lives in the English countryside. Charlotte is 34 years old.
What are we currently up to?
We are working hard to find a site to make our permanent home. Perhaps you may be able to help us? Do you have a site we could acquire? Perhaps you could donate to enable us to set? Either way, we would love to hear from you. Please do get in touch.
For those of you who will not be familiar with our work, let us tell you a little bit about Field & Fork School. We're a new social enterprise cookery school. Our mission is to deliver the very best cookery tuition available to the widest audience.
We run a range of courses covering a variety of skills, from essential every day skills to more specialist cookery techniques to our customers. We believe that cookery skills are a great life enhancer, and acquiring even basic cookery skills can really change
We are at the start of our journey, and we are working hard to find a site to make our permanent home. Until we get there, we are running pop-up cookery classes all over the UK, to help us to deliver our cookery classes to the widest audience possible.