Sell out suppers & Valentine’s dinners… – WeFiFo Blog
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Sell out suppers & Valentine’s dinners…

We’re rounding up January with a number of sell out suppers, new hosts and a series of exciting events! Here’s what’s been cooking on this week…

Supper Club host and NHS GP Dr Chintal Patel joined forces with world-renowned child nutritionist and author, Annabel Karmel for a baby weaning workshop at Waitrose Cookery School. Guests joined the table to enjoy an interactive workshop followed by a Q&A session. The group discussed topics such as choking and basic first aid, first finger foods, and the myths and truths of weaning. After the Q&A, Annabel and Dr Chintal hosted an interactive cookery class, demonstrating recipes from Annabel’s lastest book, Weaning Made Simple. Here’s some pictures below…

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Say hello to Home Cook, Viola. Viola runs a private catering business alongside hosting Supper Clubs in her home in Barnet. Viola’s style of cooking is homemade, experimental, seasonal and fresh. Join Viola for her first WeFiFo Supper Club, Saturday 1st Feb 2020. Click here to find out more.

Meet enthusiastic Home Cook, Audette from Isleworth, London. Well travelled and lover of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Japanese food. Audette has recently joined WeFiFo to show guests her culinary talent! Audette is opening up her home to welcome guests to join her table to enjoy an evening of wholesome Italian food. Click here to find out more.

Manchester cookery school, Food Sorcery has recently listed a number of exciting events showcasing a variety of cuisine from all over the world. From spice blending, French cuisine masterclasses and Valentine’s pop ups – there’s something for everyone! So if you’re in the area and are looking to try something new, this is for you. Click here to find out more.

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