Cookery classes for Ukraine
in aid of Hope and Aid for Ukraine and Bristol Cooks for Ukraine / Unicef
It’s so hard to know what to do to help with the atrocities in Ukraine. So we’ve decided to dedicate our Carpathian Journey cookery class to the cause and try and raise as much as we can.
There are two ways we’d love your support for this:
It’s May 18th 6-9pm and tickets are £110 to cover all food, instruction, wine, sit down meal and a goodie bag.
We will donate the profit to Hope and Aid Direct
The charity aims to take aid directly to where it is needed in Ukraine.
The Carpathian Journey – Food from the heart cookery class is taught by Papadeli chef Marcin Lawrentowicz and Simon MacDonnell.
This culinary journey takes us to Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine, where there is a strong spirit of community and generosity and the delicious flavours of a rich and varied food culture.
Support Cook for Ukraine, a campaign which brings together so many restaurants, cafes, caterers and people in the food industry. The prizes are brilliant and we have donated two cookery class places to this campaign. Tickets are £20 each and you can buy them here.
We hope to see you at the class!