New event! How to set up your own supperclub!

Thursday 12th October 2017, 6.30pm-8.30pm, Leeds Cookery School

We’re doing an impromptu, exclusive event for charity! We’ve been running our little supperclub for 6 years next month, and in celebration of being Leeds’ longest running pop up restaurant we’re running a special class at Leeds Cookery School in October, with all proceeds going to help a local Leeds charity!

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Leeds Cookery School is the latest fab foodie addition to the Leeds food scene. It’s a social enterprise run by Zest Health for Life, who are a charity that run projects to help disadvantaged people in the city. Their flagship service is the Ministry of Food Leeds, which teaches basic cooking skills in Leeds Kirkgate Market to people in need.

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Our event will showcase all the secrets of running a small scale pop up restaurant – so if you’re thinking of setting up your own, or just want to meet us and be nosey then why not book on and join us! It will include:

  • Practical tips and advice on setting up a pop up restaurant
  • How to successfully market your venture
  • A Q and A session where you can ask absolutely anything
  • Demonstrations of two tasty ‘make ahead’ recipes 
  • A tour of the exciting new facilities at Leeds Cookery School
  • Wine and a light supper

This will all take place at the cookery school HQ in the beautiful Old Fire Station, off York Road. It’s is a fantastic new community venue developed by the Leeds Community Foundation. The date for your diaries is Thursday 12th October 6.30pm to 8.30pm. For a fab evening and a chance to help out a very worthy charity book on here!

 

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About martinimanleeds

Martini Man lives in West Leeds and a is rabid foody and obsessive home cook. He has recently set up West Leeds' very first Secret Supper Club, Dinner at the Manor, with his friend Sticky Pinny. The supperclub aims to use locally sourced ingredients that are not typically found on restaurant menus. It also runs 'wine and dine' events that pair wines (or soemtimes even ales) to food - yum!

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