Acclaimed chefs Tom Kerridge, Sat Bains and Simon Rimmer are pulling together to cook a one-off menu at Manchester’s The Bull & Bear on Mon 27 Jun in honour of trade charity Hospitality Action.
This exclusive fundraising dinner intends to celebrate the resilience of the hospitality industry where three of Hospitality Action’s Chefs at Home cookbook contributors will treat guests to an ‘out of this world’ four-course dinner.
Kerridge, Chef-Patron of The Bull & Bear and Hospitality Action Patron said: “I’ve worked with Hospitality Action for many years and I’ve seen first-hand the amazing work they do, from financial advice to mental wellbeing, they are the support network and lifeline that can make all the difference. I’m delighted to be cooking alongside legends such as Simon Rimmer and Sat Bains and can’t wait to welcome you all to The Bull & Bear.”
Hospitality Action launched their Chefs at Home cookbook to mark the one-year anniversary of the first national lockdown. The book includes over 100 recipes that 54 of the UK’s leading chefs cooked at home during lockdown with their families.
Hospitality Action continues to provide support to anyone who works, or has worked in hospitality. This fundraising dinner will help all those in the hospitality industry at their time of crisis.
Mark Lewis, Chief Executive of Hospitality Action said: “In this day and age no one should have to choose between heating and eating, yet this is what many of our beneficiaries are faced with. I have no doubt that, thanks to Tom, Sat, Simon and all those involved in hosting this spectacular event, we will raise a huge amount of money for those in the industry who need it most.”
Tickets for the fundraising dinner are £150 per person, with varying table sizes available to purchase. Tickets include a Tappers Gin cocktail, canapé reception and a four-course menu with wine throughout. Copies of The Sunday Times bestseller Chefs at Home cookbook can also be purchased alongside tickets.
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- Tue 17 May 2022