ANDALUCIA’S top cookery school La Consula has re-opened just weeks after students had to resort to studying in the college’s car park.
The school, which was originally a villa owned by wealthy Americans and welcomed celebrities including Hemingway, had been unable to pay its suppliers.
The college has worked out a new deal with the suppliers, however, and the students have been able to return to their classrooms and kitchens for the first time this term.
Other catering colleges including La Fonda in Benalmadena and CIO Mijas have also had financial difficulties, with the latter still to open for the new school year.
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