Eat Cambridge Charity Supper with Rosie Sykes and Rachel Roddy @ Wintercomfort For The Homeless, Cambridge [18 May]

Eat Cambridge Charity Supper with Rosie Sykes and Rachel Roddy

19:30 - 22:30

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Wintercomfort For The Homeless
CB4 1EG Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
In conjunction with the Eat Cambridge festival 2018, this year's opening dinner is a charity supper hosted by chefs and food writers Rosie Sykes and Rachel Roddy…
Date: Friday 18 May, 7.30pm for 8pm
Spring Supper with Rosie Sykes and Rachel Roddy in aid of Wintercomfort
In support of local charity, Wintercomfort, join us for a seasonal supper prepared by chefs and food writers Rosie Sykes and Rachel Roddy. The special spring menu will include three courses plus amuse bouche on arrival and BYO wine, with a suggested corkage of £5+ to be donated to Wintercomfort.

Wintercomfort supports people who are homeless or vulnerably housed by offering them vital welfare services and opportunities for learning and t...raining. The charity’s day centre in Cambridge city is open 7 days a week.
Venue: Wintercomfort, Overstream House, Victoria Avenue, Cambridge CB4 1EG
Price: £35 plus booking fee. Suggested corkage donation min. £5.
Rosie Sykes is a chef and food writer who has cooked in the kitchens of some of Britain’s most celebrated chefs, including Joyce Molyneux, Shaun Hill, and Alistair Little. Her critically acclaimed gastropub, The Sutton Arms in Smithfield, London, established her as one of the most exciting cooks working in the UK. Rosie has previously written for the Guardian Weekend Magazine as ‘The Kitchen Doctor’. Most recently, Rosie has written two excellent and inspirational recipe books: The Kitchen Revolution (2008) and The Sunday Night Book (2017).
The Guardian columnist Rachel Roddy lives in Rome with her Sicilian partner and son, having moved there from London in 2005 where she began writing about food on her blog Rachel’s first book, Five Quarters, was published in 2015 and won both the André Simon Food Book Award and The Guild of Food Writers First Book Award. Her second book, Two Kitchens, was published last year, and Rachel has also written for The Financial Times, The Telegraph, delicious. Magazine, and has an award-winning weekly column in The Guardian called A Kitchen in Rome.
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