Lancashire’s award-winning chefs and food producers headed to London to celebrate Lancashire Day by preparing a five course feast for top food writers and critics at an exclusive London venue. The five award-winning chefs in the kitchen were Lisa Goodwin-Allen, Head Chef of Michelin-starred Northcote; Maurizo
Gazegill Organics. Drinks served included Burnley Batch
Bocchi from La Locanda, the highest rated Italian
Brew gin, bottled beer from Bowland Brewery
restaurant outside of London and Lancashire
and non-alcoholic cordials from Fitzpatrick’s
Tourism Awards Taste Lancashire Award winner
of Rawtenstall. The meal was finished oﬀ
2016; Chris Bury from The Cartford Inn, recently
with coﬀee from Lancaster coﬀee importers
voted Best Inn in Britain at the Great British
Atkinsons and Lancashire cheeses from Dewlay
Pub Awards; Stosie Madi from Parkersarms
and Mrs Kirkhams.
(Top 100 Gastropubs) and Steven Smith from
We Lancastrian’s have long known about
the Freemasons at Wiswell, the highest rated
Lancashire’s rich supply of top notch produce
dining pub in the Waitrose Good Food Guide 2017.
and makers, who supply our many award
Each chef created a diﬀerent course for the event featuring a wealth of Lancastrian producers from traditional Morecambe Bay
winning restaurants, pubs and cafes, but perhaps this was not as well known nationally. We predict you’ll be hearing lots more from
shrimps and Lytham cockles, Goosnargh duck,
these great chefs in the next 12 months, along
artisan goat’s cheese from Capra Products,
with the hundreds of other places to eat across
Ormskirk potatoes, Salt Marsh lamb from
our fine county.
Cockerham, Brockhall village apples, honey
Lancashire Day is celebrated on 27 November. Follow @VisitLancashire on twitter to join in the annual celebrations.
from Crossmoor Farm and raw milk butter from
Published on Jan 13, 2017
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