A new cookery school is opening in north Norfolk led by the chef who taught Jamie Oliver.
Hunters Academy of Food is opening in Helhoughton, near Fakenham, hosting cookery courses and masterclasses with award-winning chefs.
Gary Hunter, founder of the school, has had a long career training some of the nation's top chefs at Westminster Kingsway College in London.
A number of notable alumni attended the school under Mr Hunter's direction including Jamie Oliver and Andrew Wong.
Mr Hunter said: "I'm going to share my knowledge and experience and give people a chance to learn in their own way.
"I want to bring my expertise back to my own county, the place that I love and that means so much to me."
Mr Hunter, who grew up in Hethersett, will run the classes from a barn in his own home north Norfolk.
His new school will host classes such as Introduction to Artisan Bread and a Masterclass on Christmas Canapés.
They will be taught by Mr Hunter as well as his old colleagues and alumni from Westminster Kingsway College.
Mr Hunter, who will run the school alongside his partner Nichola, said: "We're passionate foodies and always have been.
"We want to try and get people in Norfolk to love food, real food."
The first classes at Hunters Academy of Food will launch in October.