Only eight places left for this excellent dinner hosted by Purple pager Roger Jones (pictured) in aid of the Master Chefs of Great Britain, a charity with raises money to train and educate young people in the catering trade. Great food, fine wines and all for a bargain price of £60.
Michelin-starred chef Roger says: 'We have managed to secure some pretty fantastic wines to go with a 7 course dinner that I (together with students from Westminster) will be cooking for 150 guests.' See below for the menu and accompanying wines.
Training young people is close to Roger's heart and something he and Sue of the Harrow in Little Bedwyn are are clearly very good at - see A rising star at 16 for the recent success of their protégées.
When: 7 pm, Wed 19 May
Where: Westminster School of Hospitality, Vincent Square
Tickets: Contact Sue at email@example.com
THE MASTER CHEFS OF GREAT BRITAIN AWARDS DINNER
WEDNESDAY MAY 19TH 2010, Westminster College, Vincent Square
Champagne Reception 7p.m. for 7.30p.m
Taittinger Champagne Reception from Magnums
Oyster Bar sponsored by Cornish Assured Oysters, Canapés by Westminster College
Smoked Somerset Eel, Bacon Powder, Cured Kelmscott Ham, Waldorf Salad
(Sponsored by Brown & Forrest)
Wine : Mesh Riesling 2008, sponsored by Negociants UK
Shrimp, Langoustine & Lobster Dumpling, Thai Broth
(sponsored by The Harrow at Little Bedwyn)
Wine : Tamar Ridge Chardonnay 2005, Tasmania, sponsored by Tamar Ridge
Crepinette of Welsh Lamb with Moroccan Spices, Puy Lentils, Mint Jelly
Wine: Dog Point Pinot Noir, New Zealand, sponsored by Field Morris & Verdin
Pre Dessert: 'Boiled Egg'
Dessert: Chocolate Inspiration by Westminster College
Elysium Black Muscat sponsored by Hallgarten Wines Ltd.
10.00 p.m. Presentation & Awards to David Lyell Junior Pastry Chef of the Year, and The Young Chef of the Year sponsored by Riedel Glassware presented by Stephen McGraw, Managing Director Riedel UK.
Burmeister LBV Port sponsored by World of Wines Ltd.