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Slow Spud – Slow Food Northern Ireland

June 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

£30.00

Join us for the first Slow Food North East Supper Club of 2019 hosted at Indie Füde to celebrate the humble spud as part of the ‘Comber Earlies’ Fringe Festival.
Jonny Davison, Erin of The Edible Flower & Paula McIntyre are joining forces for what promises to an exceptional night of potato based dining. With a bit of potato based inspiration behind every course – even the welcome cocktail and the dessert!
We are also lucky enough to have not one, but two inspirational producers join us on the evening to tell us about their journey and a of craic.
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Irish Potato Vodka Elderflower Collins
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Sichuanese Spiced Potato Lettuce Wraps with Herbs & Roasted Peanuts
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Bombay Potato Cakes with Cucumber Raita
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Smørrebrød – Danish Open Sandwich with Comber Earlies, Scullery Made Black Pudding, Pickled Radish & Sorrel Mayo
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Roast Potato, Pickled Shiitake & Koji Cured Beef Heart
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Potato Cake with Homegrown Rhubarb
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The Drinks: This event is BYO, please bring a bottle (or more) of your favourite tipple. A welcome drink is provided free of charge.
The Vibe: This is a Supper Club. We have three shared tables in our intimate candle-lit space, with the chefs on full view and explaining each of their courses as they go along. There is only one sitting per evening. We think a supper club should be a leisurely experience, not a rushed one, so give yourself 3hrs at a minimum.
The Cost: £30 per person Tickets from Eventbrite
The Time: 7pm on Wednesday 26th June 2019
The Place: Indie Fude, 30 Castle Street, Comber
Dietary Requirements: Please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements, just let us know when you book and we’ll try our absolute best to accommodate you.

Details

Date:
June 26
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
£30.00

Organiser

Slow Food Northern Ireland

Venue

Indie Fude
30 Castle Street
Comber, Northern Ireland BT23 5DZ United Kingdom
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