A brand new event is taking place in Lowdham next weekend. Cooking The Books, a joint venture between The Bookcase Lowdham and Nottinghamshire Flavours magazine, will be held on Sunday 1st March in Lowdham Village Hall from 10 – 4.
The event is made up of a series of talks by food writers, a retail Food Fair, and a meeting of the JollyGoodFellows Pudding Club in the evening. Speakers include Georgina Mason of Gonalston Farm Shop, which recently celebrated ten years in business; Hattie Ellis who will discuss her new book ‘Spoonfuls of Honey’, Diana Birch, Chair of WI Enterprises, who will talk about the WI Cookbook, and finally the Cook&Book team Julia Pirie and Jackie Skinner, who will whip up a couple of seasonal recipes garnished with some springtime readings.
Throughout the day, a Food Fair will take place, featuring local artisan producers, and in the evening, the team from the fellows, Morton & Clayton pub in Nottingham will bring their JollyGoodFellows Pudding Club to Lowdham for a very special dinner, featuring their famous Pudding Platter and complete with Poems about Puddings!
All talks will talk place in the Committee Room in the Village Hall, with the Food Fair in the main Hall.
Entry to the Food Fair is free. Tickets for the talks and the Pudding Club Dinner are now available from The Bookcase, 50 Main Street, Lowdham or on the box office line 0115 966 3219