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Cook Eat Nourish Podcast

Feb 26, 2020

Imagine a cookery school, established to teach children to cook, equipment at just the right height, birthday parties, cooking clubs and more, that is exactly what Lisa Halpenny has created.

Today, I am interviewing Lisa Halpenny, co-owner of, a cookery school for children, just off the M50 near Blanchardstown.

Her top 3 tips are

1. Try to cook a little more from scratch

2. Take the fear out of cooking

3. Lead by example

Be sure to listen to the whole for more information and check out the video on YouTube to see the cookery school in action.

Lisa can be contacted through her website 

ABOUT THE HOST - Fiona Staunton

Fiona Staunton is a Ballymaloe trained Chef and has a Degree in Education from Trinity. Having worked as a chef at Ballymaloe House, she started her own successful catering business in Dublin in the late 1990s, catering for Private and Corporate functions.  

Fiona’s Food For Life' launched 2017 with the slogan ‘Cook, Eat, Nourish’. Fiona launched a series of in-person and virtual demonstrations, she makes cooking good food uncomplicated. More details on the website


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