TUESDAY 12 July 2011 from 18 – 19.30, Bluecoat Display Centre (Followed by supper at Lunya on College Lane)
The Slow Food movement is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the
pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment. It is about local produced food, rediscovering and sharing food traditions that make up a vital part of our cultural inheritance. This evening will also be about the dishes we serve our food in.
Introduced by Maureen Bampton, Director of the Bluecoat Display Centre, and local potter Simon Shaw, they will acquaint you with the nature of domestic pottery and the array of handmade dishes and bowls you can use.
The evening with then move to Lunya, where Peter Kinsella prides himself on using the best local ingredients available – from asparagus and strawberries from Claremont Farm, to meat from Edge & Sons in New Ferry.
Peter and his staff He will be serving a great selection of dishes, which include Chorizo in white wine with fennel seed, Mixed Catalan Salad with Bonito tuna, Padstow Calamari (supplied by wards) in Cains Raisin Beer batter and Escalivada (marinated and roasted Mediterranean vegetables).
Tickets are priced at £25 per person – to book please contact Lunya, 18–20 College Lane, Liverpool One, Liverpool, L1 3DS Tel: 0151 706 9770
For more information on this, or any other events, contact the Bluecoat Display Centre, College Lane, Liverpool, L1 3BZ. Tel: 0151 709 4014