The Food Talks Series 5: Artisan Butter with Grant Harrington and Eve Hemingway - Monday 18th March - 7pm
Buttermaker Grant Harrington and food writer Eve Hemingway will join us for an evening of buttery delights on Monday 18th March at 7pm.
Grant Harrington of Ampersand Cultured Butter is on a mission to make butter taste more buttery. After working in the kitchens of several fine-dining restaurants in Sweden he was inspired to learn more about traditional, pre-industrialised butter-making. After a year’s worth of scientific research into dairy fermentation, he set up shop, making artisan cultured butter, buttermilk and fresh cheeses with the best ingredients; jersey cow milk, Himalayan rock salt and lactic cultures. Grant’s butter is nothing like anything we’ve tried before; rich, dense and creamy.
Food writer Eve Hemingway will help us to delve deep into the history and culture of butter making. Eve strongly believes in the importance of promoting the hard work of specialist food producers to ensure we preserve the knowledge and skills they devote their lives to. We can’t agree more!
We will be serving food from Bread & Butter(written by Eve and Grant along with bread expert Richard Snapes of The Snapery Bakery) a cookbook that explores the history and culture behind bread and butter and its historic partnership.
Places are £28 and include a drink on arrival and food cooked by us.
Your receipt is your ticket and your name will be on the guest list at the door. If you are buying as a gift please let us know the name of the guest at checkout.
Places are non-refundable but can be transferred to another name if you find yourself unable to make it.
This event will be held at 7pm at Honey & Spice, 52 Warren St, W1T 5NJ