TV COOKERY star Kenny Tutt will visit Brighton to deliver not one but two masterclasses to raise funds for cooking classes for unemployed youths in the city.

The Masterchef 2018 champion, who is from Worthing, has announced he will teach aspiring Brighton chefs how to deal with Mackerel and also how to serve up a perfect Sunday Roast in two special lessons.

Money raised from the events will help pay for for cooking classes for unemployed 16-24 year olds in Brighton, are being organised by the Brighton and Hove food partnership in collaboration with children’s charity Barnado’s.

Jess Crocker, a spokeswoman for the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, said: “Here at the Community Kitchen, we feel very lucky to have support from so many top chefs in the city, and a visit from Kenny is icing on the cake.

“Our masterclass events all raise funds to bring cooking skills and experiences to people who wouldn’t otherwise take part, and Kenny’s class will enable us to run our first course exclusively for young people.

“We know those who attend the masterclasses will have an amazing time cooking with Kenny.”

The sessions, which will take place on November 22 and January 27, will be hosted at the Food Partnership’s Community Kitchen in North Road in Brighton.

Tutt, 35, won the final of the 2018 edition of the BBC’s TV cookery competition with dishes of roast scallops and squab pigeon breast.