Truro residents highly anticipate the Truro food event which will take place from September 27th to 29th on Lemon Quay. The winner of the 2019 Master Chef, Irini Tzortzoglu, and Chef Jack Stein will lead in the line-up that features an equal division of male and female cooks.
The event will display plenty of great food including the Cornish classics of the Heron Inn’s menu. Chef Manager, Nick Hemming, won’t have to travel far to bring the noblest of the Tresillian River to the demo stage.
The Penrose Kitchen’s cook, Ben Harmer, worked at the Bedrithan Hotel, Le Gavroche, and The Savoy before establishing his cafeteria near Shortlanesend. Locals know Ben for delivering fresh food from clean, locally-produced sources.
Maria Taylor, a cook from the Truro School Cookery, says that her mission is to equip people from all walks of life with essential skills to make homemade dishes. Another great chef who joined the team is Jamie Coleman. She previously worked with Gordon Ramsey in Claridges and as a lead cook at Michelin-starred Masons Arms. Her love for South West ingredients traces back to her growing up in Devon.
Vegan food lovers will also enjoy their part in the celebration with the presence of Donna Berry and Chef Aine Carlin. Both cooks are passionate about preparing vegan dishes from fresh seasonal components from pure sources.
Donna and her husband run the Swan, Brampton’s oldest pub, a great food destination. For those who love Italian dishes, Adam Banks will bring the best from the Fifteen. Fans for spicy Middle Eastern cooking will love Chef Ondine Hartgroves’s food. He is the owner of Jasmine Spice and has ever taken part in the Master Chef competition.
Cook Amy Nixon will represent Thai dishes. She will display her remarkable mix of traditional Thai cooking based on a broad experience of both western and eastern cuisine.