20th April 2019
Our original Tour, ‘The Artisan’ will get you behind the scenes of Malton’s best producers, experiencing the town’s passion for incredible artisan food and drink. Book a ticket and munch your way around Malton’s charming streets, learning local history and tasting delicious Yorkshire food and famous local produce.
With your friendly guide you’ll visit a varying selection of ‘Made in Malton’ producers and specialists shops sampling a range of seasonal delights that could include brownies, vegetarian pastries, home made chorizo and scotch eggs, Yorkshire cheese, freshly ground coffee, championship beer, whisky, gin, macarons and gelato plus a surprise dish from the Talbot kitchens.
10.30 am Meeting Point – Talbot Malton. We advise arriving 5 minutes beforehand.
* As the tour visits a range of artisan producers, the specific dishes of the tour will vary depending on the time of year and the availability of goods.
Please advise us in advance if you have any food allergies or specific dietary requirements and please note that in some cases alternative products may not be possible. We recommend having a light breakfast.
Indulge in your sweet tooth and round off a perfect meal with a delicious, show stopping dessert. The Dessert Heaven course will provide you with all the skills to create classic desserts, to ensure you conclude your dinner parties with a sweet treat that will be sure to make your evening a success!
At the end of the day you will leave with treats to take home, recipes that you can replicate at home and of course your own Malton Cookery School apron as a souvenir of your day.
10.00 Arrive at the Cookery school for tea, coffee and biscuits. Gilly will take you through the days program and issue you with your aprons and menu packs.
Dishes are prepared are eaten throughout the day with a glass of wine or two.
Your day concludes at 2pm – Remember to take your apron and menu packs with you so you can replicate the dishes at home!
Course includes: All ingredients, menu pack, apron and a glass of wine or two.
27th April 2019
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