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Trip Report A Foodie Weekend in Somerset Taking Cookery Lessons

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We have just returned from a fabulous weekend away from London in Somerset. As it was Bikerscott’s birthday earlier this month I planned a weekend away with 4 of our friends at a B&B in Somerset that hosts cooking classes. It was fantastic!

I had given Bikerscott a card on his birthday telling him we were going away for the weekend but that’s it. No details. He (wrongly) assumed it was just the two of us, and that as we were meeting at Clapham Junction that we were going to Gatwick so were flying to Europe. NOPE!

Rewind to Oct – Bikerscott l¬¬oves to cook, and I thought it would be a great idea to do a cookery class in the countryside. So I spent some time doing research and found this place: http://www.streamcombecookery.co.uk/default.html It was perfect – 4 hour drive from London and if we brought 6 people we could rent the entire B&B and get a whole day’s cooking course custom organised! Perfect!!!

So I invited 4 of our foodie friends and the plans were made. The only hard thing was keeping it secret until Jan….

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