This Thursday (17th) will see the return of Eat Club’s social cooking and eating supper club. For this festive edition Eat Club, a London-based charity who work to improve young people’s relationship with food, will draw inspiration from Brixton Windmill’s history and seasonal produce. All profits raised from this event will go straight back into their social initiatives.
At the heart of Eat Club’s philosophy is the idea that cooking and eating should be a social activity and that no-one should eat alone, so whether you fancy going alone or with a group it is a great chance to learn new skills and pick up ideas for Festive hosting, enjoy canapes and drinks while you prepare food together and meet new people over a social feast.
The evening is BYOB and tickets cost £40 for adults and £25 for under 25’s and are bookable through eventbrite. This month’s menu includes Brixton Sourdough and Windmill crackers, smoked salmon, Kentish pork and beer braised porcini for the non-carnivorous, braised Jerusalem artichokes and many more exciting seasonal delicacies.
Great initiative for the community!
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