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Celia is a qualified chef and holds the WSET (London) Diploma of Wine. She has a Bachelor of Arts in History, Master of Education (Distinction) and MBA Master of Business Administration from the University of Canterbury.
Founded by Celia Hay, the New Zealand School of Food and Wine opened its first campus in Christchurch in 1995.
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Register for upcoming free webinars by WSET Global on Decoding a wine list, Terroir in spirits and Understanding Napa Valley's top grapes and wine styles.
Here is an alternative to the traditional Christmas pudding. The lemon syrup that is poured over these puddings just before you serve them gives it a delicious moistness and the fragrant citrus flavour.
With NZQA approval for 13 micro-credentials, the New Zealand School Food and Wine hopes to inspire and attract new people to jobs in hospitality, wine and tourism and also enhance wider community understanding of our food and beverage story.
One of our most popular projects for our Level 4 Advanced Cookery students is to design a three-course menu, costed to a budget and then prepared for a friend to savour.