A fun, relaxed evening of cooking, competing and Welshness!
Wednesday 2nd December 2020 17.30
Cost £15 – per team
Who will be the best team of cooks in the Great Glamorgan Sausage Fry Off? What does a meatless sausage named after a county in Wales actually taste like?
Join us from your flat, halls of residence, shared house or even the canteen to take part in our Loving Welsh Food Student Cook-Along. Working in teams, you’ll learn how to master the art of making the iconic Glamorgan sausage; a delicious, simple and meatless dish.
Cookalong with TV Cook Sian Roberts while host Chris Jones will be there to see how you’re all doing. Fabulous prize for the winning team.
We’ll send you the recipe for the Cook-Along beforehand or you can just sit back and enjoy the entertainment. We’ll be on the look out for creativity in naming your team and your choice of accompanying Welsh drinks. Last bookings 17 00 Tuesday 1 December 2020!
Your ticket includes:
- Glamorgan Sausage Cook-along (List of ingredients will be sent to you beforehand)
- An insight into Welsh cuisine, food heritage and culture
- A relaxing, delicious and safe Welsh experience
- All you need is your laptop (1 ticket covers whole household)
Sian Roberts from Loving Welsh Food has been running food tours and cooking workshops in Cardiff & the Vale of Glamorgan for just over 5 years. “Guests always enjoy our traditional recipes – simple to cook and fabulous to eat! They love finding out about our food heritage and culture, as well as trying to pronounce some of our challenging Welsh words!”
Chris started his career as a teaboy and runner, whilst being trained as a cameraman for an independent television and corporate company. He then started to work on the other side of the camera and has been presenting, in both English and Welsh, for nearly 30 years, on television, radio, in corporate and public sector events.. A more recent development in his work has been hosting, presenting and facilitating online events. “ I am very lucky to have worked with so many wonderful people from all walks of life and, as a cameraman and director, and have travelled the world extensively”.