A Christmas Feast - demonstration

Looking for foodie inspiration this Christmas? Why not learn how to cook a range of delicious festive dishes are sure to impress your friends and family.

Join Mick Burke, a Chef lecturer and Master Chef of Britain, for a Christmas feast demonstration as he shares his secrets and tips to creating an exciting menu which includes:

Ham hock & cranberry timbale
Port wine jelly, sauce gribiche & toasted Welbeck sourdough

Twice baked Stichelton soufflé
Parmesan glaze, apple & caramelised spiced walnut

Roast rack & loin of Welbeck venison 'Grand Veneur'
Anna potato, celeriac mash, spiced red cabbage & venison samosa

Local roasted crown of partridge
Biarritz potatoes, Brussels sprout & chestnut puree, confit leg & curried parnsip

Brick pastry money bag
Caramelised polenta galette, wild mushrooms, chive & plum tomato butter sauce

The perfect bitter chocolate soufflé
Caramelised oranges flavoured with Cointreau, clotted cream & vanilla crème Anglaise

A glass of mulled wine will be served on arrival. Tasters of all the dishes will be provided at the end of the demonstration.


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Subjects: Cooking

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