One for meat lovers and cookery connoisseurs alike - learn how to sear the perfect sirloin or mould the perfect meatball from scratch...
The Merchants Tavern Annual 'Kitchen Counter Workshops' hosted by Angela Hartnett, head chef Neil Borthwick and friends are back for 2016.
This April, Angela, Neil and the infamous Lake District Farmers will be hosting a Butchery Worksop with a twist.
Taking place at the Merchant Tavern's iconic Kitchen Counter, the self titled workshop will offer guests the opportunity to learn how to make their favourite dishes from scratch (quite literally)
Be it beef ragu, the perfect sirloin stake or the humble yet delicious meatball; the esteemed panel of individuals will be stripping beef back to basics - presenting guests with the animal itself, demonstrating each individual cut and exactly how to butcher it, as well as teaching some award winning recipes using the most affordable and amenable cuts (so you can try this at home) As well as complimentary staple sauces - be it a classic bearnaise or rich red wine.
An absolute must for aspiring chefs, individuals interested in exploring new and exciting ways to cook meat or even as an early Father's Day gift.
This rare and unique workshop gives guests the opportunity to learn from the very best in the business.
NB: The workshop includes a meal and full Q&A session with the chefs and farmers.
Tickets cost £150 and are available to purchase here: