Side Street Style: Cooking with Tilly Ramsay at Bread Street Kitchen, London

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31/08/2017

Cooking with Tilly Ramsay at Bread Street Kitchen, London

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My eldest enjoying making pizza at Bread Street Kitchen in London

My eldest loves getting creative in the kitchen, one of his favourite things to do is baking and helping make things like homemade pizza and smoothies. I also find as he is a bit of a picky eater he is far more likely to eat something he has made himself which makes family cooking a win win all round. So it was really exciting when we were asked to come along for a fun cooking session with Tilly Ramsay who if you don't know is the daughter of Gordon Ramsay and currently has her own fun foodie show "Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch on CBBC.


London adventure


So we got up bright and early one morning and took the high speed train from Cardiff to London, I've done this trip a few times with my eldest and he is such a fantastic traveller. It was also wonderful spending the whole day just with him as these moments are rare since his younger brother hit the scene. We arrived at Bread Street Kitchen very excited (and a little hungry), as expect the interior and atmosphere of this restaurant is amazing and certainly somewhere I would come back to eat in the future as everything coming out of the kitchen looked divine.


kids drinks

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As soon as we arrived we were hit with an array of tasty flavours and bright colours and my eldest made a beeline for the Californian Cooler Raspberry Lemonade. It also gave me a little time to catch up some friends and fellow bloggers, it was lovely to see Alison from Not Another Mummy Blog and  Nat from Style Me Sunday - do go check out these inspiring and super stylish blogs. While the mums got to have a chat and nibbles the kids were whisked off to make some homemade pizzas with any toppings they wish, they even got to help load them up into the Pizza oven.


Bread Kitchen, London

kids pizza chef


While I knew the pizza would be a hit the sweeter watermelon pizza topped with fruits and coconut flakes also went down a treat and it's something we have recreated in our home a few times since coming back from London. The kids got to finish up the session with a glittery gold star cookie, Tillys new cookbook and of course time to hangout with Tilly and ask her some questions. Her book "Tillys Kitchen Takeover" is filled with fun recipes to help kids get inspired in the kitchen and we have been enjoying following some of the recipies and cooking up a storm in our kitchen at home.

Bread Street Kitchen also offer Family Brunch and Pizza workshops on selected dates throughout Sept, Oct and November where you can sit and enjoy some bubbly while the kids get creative with some fun pizza making, the perfect way to spend a Sunday


Tillys Kitchen takeover


15 comments:

  1. This sounds like a fun event for kids, and great to encourage them in the kitchen!

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    1. Yes it was so good and cooking with kids is a great way to get them inspired about food

      Laura x

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  2. I have a feeling Tilly is nothing like her pops in the kitchen. I don't watch Gordon's shows. My wife and I enjoyed watching Chef Robert Irvine however.

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    1. She is very friendly and approachable - was really fun and yes completely different to her Dad

      Laura x

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  3. Wow, what a fun sounding day! And brilliant you've been able to recreate some of it at home since too. Your photography is beautiful - makes me want to dive in and eat all of the scrumptious treats!

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    1. It was so much fun :) and her cookbook is really good for kids to follow as well

      Laura x

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  4. This looks so fantastic! Agree with Holly your images are stunning!

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    1. Was a really ace experience!! Thanks

      Laura x

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  5. What a fabulous sounding event. My boys love pizza making and I would love to meet Tilly Ramsay

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    1. Yeah it was amazing to meet her and the pizza was really good (well my son loved it and ate all of it!)

      Laura x

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  6. This looks like a lot of fun, my kids love coooking

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  7. Seems like you had such a lovely time and delicious food too! Yummy!

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  8. Mine would go for the raspberry lemonade too!!! This looks like so much fun. My children love to do all sorts in the kitchen.

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  9. That sounds so much fun. My eldest loves cooking. I'll have to get her cookbook for her

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  10. This looks amazing, what gorgeous photographs, another amazing post darling xx

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