Only a few tickets left for Dalton top chef event
Last updated at 17:02, Monday, 14 January 2013
FOOD-LOVERS yet to purchase their tickets for next month's one-off culinary extravaganza in Dalton have been urged to act now or miss out all together.
Only a handful of tickets remain available for the final two nights of the One Week Only event, which will run from February 1 to February 5 at Clarence House.
On the Monday night, acclaimed Australian chef Luke Rayment and Gordon Ramsay protegé Andy Cook will tickle taste buds with their creations.
While on Tuesday, Michelin Star-winning chefs Andre Garrett and Paul Ainsworth will conclude the festival on a high with their flavour-filled dishes.
Among the mouth-watering creations to be served are slow-cooked Loch Fyne salmon, rabbit and pistachio ballotine and braised beef shoulder.
The event has been organised by acclaimed meat supplier Lake District Farmers and only a few tickets are still available.
The Lindal-based company is going from strength-to-strength, employs 16 people and sells only the best top quality Cumbrian meat to leading chefs in London and the North West.
Just before Christmas, Lake District Farmers presented a cheque for £2,500 to Wendy McClure to support the Barrow Foodbank and a further £2,500 has been promised to the Ostley House home for the blind.
The food festival has also received support from world-famous chefs Rick Stein, Saturday Kitchen host James Martin, Masterchef judges Michel Roux jnr and Monica Galetti, Pierre Koffmann and Mr Ramsay in the form of signed cookbooks that will be auctioned. Windermere’s Aphrodites Lodge and The Samling hotel have also provided accommodation packages to be auctioned off.
Proceeds from the event will go into a charitable trust set up by Barrow businessman and philanthropist Ray Armstrong.
Mr Armstrong invested heavily in LDF to help it become the preferred meat supplier to many of the country’s best restaurants. To check availability of tickets call 01229 870168.
First published at 12:15, Monday, 14 January 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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