Rosemary Shrager's School for Cooks

Rosemary Shrager's
School for Cooks
Genre Reality
Presented by Rosemary Shrager
Narrated by Robert Llewellyn
Country of origin United Kingdom
Producer(s) RDF Media
Running time 60 minutes
(including adverts)
Original channel ITV, STV, UTV
Original run 5 November 2007 – 19 December 2008
Related shows ITV Food

Rosemary Shrager's School for Cooks, was a real life cuisine programme presented by celebrity chef Rosemary Shrager. It was produced by RDF Media and screened by ITV in the United Kingdom.

Each week, 8 amateur chefs were brought into the renowned cuisine master, Rosemary Shrager's cookery school. Throughout the week, the students divided into two teams, and were given three recipes to make throughout the day, a starter, main and dessert courses. Every day one student was eliminated, except on Wednesdays when, not one, but two students were eliminated. Therefore, three students went into the final on Friday, the winner then got a chance to work in a Michelin-starred restaurant. In 2009, ITV announced the show had been axed due to poor ratings.

Runner up Chris Clyburn from series one went on to set up a successful Catering Company Oliver's Catering after appearing on the show.


Series Start date End date Episodes
1 5 November 2007 14 December 2007 30
2 27 October 2008 19 December 2008 40

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