4 Hour Hands-on Gozney Pizza Making Course 10am - 2pm
About the event:
Our 4-hour, hands-on Gozney pizza course is a great way to get to grips with the fundamentals of using your Gozney and creating restaurant-quality pizzas and flatbreads at home.
Learn all about different types of dough, how to select the best ingredients and how to prepare several different types of pizza in Gozney's outdoor ovens. Whether you’re nuts about Napoletana, yearning for a New Yorker or dizzy for doughballs, we’ve got something for you!
Courses are limited to 15 guests, spread across three stations of up to five people, and you will have access to the full Gozney range.
Our school is located in the idyllic Hertfordshire countryside on the banks of a quiet stretch of the River Lea. The school is fully protected from the elements so, come rain or shine, we have you covered (literally!).
- A snack and hot drink on arrival
- 2 x drink tokens to exchange for beer, wine and soft drinks
- 1 x embroidered apron to keep
- Food throughout the day, cooked and prepared by your own fair hands
- A fully licensed bar to purchase additional drinks
- Exclusive in-store discount on the day of the event
- Recipes and notes emailed to you after the event
About your chef:
Please note: this course uses wheat and dairy, and we are unfortunately not able to accommodate any associated allergies or intolerances. For more information around other allergies, please get in touch at the time of booking.
This course is tailored towards Gozney pizza ovens but will offer valuable transferable knowledge and skills to people with other types of pizza oven.
Important Course Information – Please Read
Please arrive 30 minutes before the course is due to start and go to our barbecue shop to check in. There is plenty of free on-site car parking.
Please note: no physical tickets will be sent out. Please bring a mobile phone with the confirmation email (e-ticket) on it or a print-out so we can scan the code on arrival or the name it was booked in. For any unforeseen reasons beyond our control we reserve the right to cancel the event at any time.
What to wear on the course
Our Barbecue School is fully covered and heated - rain will never stop play at Riverside! You should, however, dress for the weather on the day. Check the local weather forecast on the day of your course. Please wear long sleeves, long trousers and sturdy footwear. If the forecast is for cold weather wear several layers and a coat. If it’s going to be hot you should still wear sturdy footwear and lightweight long trousers and tops. We have run courses in January with snow outside where everyone was perfectly warm and happy in the Barbecue School, but of course they all wore the appropriate clothing for the weather conditions!
Allergies / Food Intolerances
Wherever possible we will try to accommodate our guests' food requirements. However, if you have any allergies that can cause you serious harm, we advise you not to attend one of our courses. This is because even if we remove those allergens from our menu (which we are happy to do) we simply cannot guarantee that some of the other ingredients on the course have not come into contact with that allergen from harvesting, through production, packaging or transportation to us.
For any intolerances or allergens that do not cause you serious harm please call us a minimum of 14 days before your course so we can discuss the options. We must make it clear though that despite our best efforts we cannot guarantee that every ingredient on the course will free from those allergens for the reasons above.
Vegetarian and Vegan Definitions
Vegetarians and vegans are more than welcome on our courses. We use the definitions below.
The Vegetarian Society Definition of Vegetarianism
Vegetarians don’t eat fish, meat or chicken. A vegetarian diet does not include meat or poultry, fish or seafood, insects, gelatine or animal rennet, stock or fat from animals. Vegetarians don’t eat products or by-products of slaughter. A vegetarian diet can include vegetables and fruits, grains and pulses, nuts and seeds, eggs, dairy products and honey.
The Vegan Society Definition of Veganism
A plant-based diet avoiding all animal foods such as meat (including fish, shellfish and insects), dairy, eggs and honey, as well as avoiding animal-derived materials, products tested on animals and places that use animals for entertainment.
Our courses sell out very quickly, so be sure to get your tickets as far in advance as you can. Remember, the weather is not an issue for us here at Riverside so, barring any extreme weather, the course will always go ahead! If you buy a gift certificate for someone, do advise them to book a date as quickly as possible – even if it is for later in the year!
Ticket Refunds and Different Course Dates
As our courses usually sell out, we buy ingredients for a full course and put into place full staffing resources for every course. For these reasons we are not able to offer refunds or swap tickets to different course dates within 30 days of the event. You are however, more than welcome to transfer your ticket to a friend or family member. All you need to do is call us or send an email with your order number and the name of the person who will be taking your place.