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WeFiFo's Week

WeFiFo winners and Waitrose dinners

It’s been a week full of exciting events, new hosts, award-winners and most importantly, fantastic food!

Home Cook and WeFiFo regular, Maria hosted her first Waitrose pop up in Chester. Maria cooked a delicious spread of Mediterranean dishes inspired by her Italian and Spanish heritage.

Guests enjoyed roasted peppers with olive oil, burrata salad, chicken puttanesca and Italian tiramisu. Here’s what one of our guests said about their evening…

Congratulations to Rajiv’s Kitchen and Simon Wood for winning an award!

Join Louise of the Fidelia’s Kitchen Supper Club in Hove for a Spanish fiesta! Louise will be cooking a Spanish themed menu inspired by her travels to Nerja in Southern Spain.

On the menu:
Homemade maizitos, guiso de pollo con arroz, guiso de pimiento con arroz and churro cake infused with cinnamon and spiced apple.

To find out more click here.

Say hello to Jim and Odile AKA The Secret Passage Supper Club. Based in Lincoln, Jim and Odile have recently stepped into the wonderful world of Supper Clubs. For every menu, they use homegrown and reared meat from their families farm in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Jim’s love for food began at a young age where he learnt an extensive knowledge about food, particularly meat. Together, the culinary duo are hosting a series of Supper Clubs in Lincoln – presenting guests will an array of seasonal, locally produced and homegrown dishes.

Find out more here.

Meet, Zoe Adjonyoh. Zoe’s journey began in 2010 during Hackney Wicked Arts Festival where Zoe pulled up tables and chairs outside her home to cook a pot of peanut butter stew. The smell of rich and spicy scotch bonnet infused peanut soup enticed people over to join the table. Little did she know, the success of her street pop up would lead to the release of a cookbook and the beginning of Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen.

Find out more here.

Say hello to Silvana, a fourth-generation artisan pasta maker from Naples. Silvana hosts a number of cooking courses in Brentford, London – helping pasta lovers to recreate the authentic Italian experience.

Find out more here.

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