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Cooking and baking classes with Chef Roxane Shymkiw...
live on Zoom from the comfort of your home!


Roxane is currently planning our new course for 2023! Recipes are emailed to you in advance so you can take notes and make the dishes at your own convenience.  

All our cooking classes are friendly and engaging. Classes are held over Zoom so we have people attending from London, Calgary, Toronto and other cities. 

You can book an individual class for £10.  Each class is one hour.  

Class times are:

Calgary 1-2pm

Toronto 3-4pm

London UK 8-9pm

Please stay tuned for our next series.  Email to register your interest in cooking and baking classes online.

Coming ever cinnamon buns 

Maybe the smell of cinnamon buns is even better than fresh bread! Building on the knowledge and techniques from our first class, we’ll learn about tangzhong, a technique that results in pillowy soft bread that stays fresh for several days (if it lasts that long!).

About the Chef

Roxane began her career as a biomedical engineer, but a move to Reading, Berkshire in 2001 lead her to follow her passions and attend the Tante Marie Culinary Academy. As a personal chef and occasional caterer in the kitchens of Sandringham, Houghton Hall, Althorp, Canada House, Commonwealth House, private homes in London, and Sunninghill Park for the Duchess of York, Roxanne has done it all — from intimate dinners for 6 to canapé receptions for over 200. And now Roxane is excited to share her love for food by teaching small classes with London Creative Club.


Roxane has travelled to over 28 countries, where traditional and contemporary cuisine influenced her technique. She has lived in Norway, England (twice), and now calls Calgary, Canada her home. She draws inspiration from wandering through local food markets (and grocery stores!).


Roxane’s style focusses on fresh, quick, and healthy food. With a vegetarian teenager in the house, Roxane completed Cornell University’s Plant Based Nutrition Certification in 2014 and has come to love plant-based cooking that still satisfies the omnivores in the house. So that’s something to look forward to!

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