Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Message From Claire's Kitchen


Dear all please see attachments, menus for both below, booking either by email claireskitchen@outlook.com or call me 07799066638, thank you

 Sunday 4th February 2018 1 pm, licensed bar, £15.00 per ticket-(can be made GF) at Wootton Courtenay Village Hall-

Little Oak Farm Slowly Roasted Leg of Pork served with sage, onion and thyme stuffing balls, honey roasted parsnips, roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables with a delicious gravy OR

Little Oak Farm Pork sausages served a creamy chive mash, seasonal vegetables and an onion and rosemary gravy

(V)Aubergine and potato moussaka served with seasonal vegetables

Dessert-

Homemade Apple and blackberry crumble served with clotted cream or custard

 Saturday February 10th £25.00 per ticket-at Dulverton village Hall 7pm-

Duo Starter of Thai Beef Salad and Homemade Crispy spring roll with fresh coriander, basil, bean sprouts, spring onions, carrot, red pepper, served with sweet chilli sauce

(V) Homemade Crispy spring roll with fresh coriander and Thai rice noodle salad with Vietnamese Lemon grass marinated mushrooms

Main Course

Vietnamese poached Duck in an aromatic broth with star anise, hoisin, lemongrass, shallots, ginger, served on a upon noodle stack with pak choi, spring onion and fresh basil

(V)Thai Sweet potato curry with a coconut rice  and pineapple, chilli and cucumber salad Dessert

Duo dessert-Mango Fool and poached pineapple upside cake

CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club – celebrating beautifully cooked Exmoor produce

 Top award-wining chefs are supporting the National Park by holding special lunchtime or evening events celebrating their use of local produce and raising funds to help keep the area special. Claire from Claire’s Kitchen, Barrie Tucker from the Luttrell Arms in Dunster and John Bradley from the Dunkery Beacon Hotel in Wooten Courtenay are among those involved. During the meal, diners will enjoy hearing from the head chef about their local suppliers and why they love Exmoor produce. Local food producers will also be telling their stories - Claire’s Kitchen is teaming up with pork producer Little Oak Farm from Timberscombe on 4th February and Secret Orchard Cider from Nettlecombe on the 10th February at Dulverton village hall.

The series of meals known as the CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club, will take place at top restaurants around Greater Exmoor throughout the year, each with its own unique menu created specifically to celebrate locally sourced produce. The chefs will be showcasing their love of local food whilst also giving their support to the National Park by raising some funds for CareMoor for Exmoor, the authority’s donation scheme which helps keep Exmoor special, £5.00 of every ticket sold goes to Caremoor.

Dan James, Sustainable Economy Manager for Exmoor National Park said ‘The Dining club is part of our joint Eat Exmoor project which is all about spreading the message about the quality of our local food and its link with the landscapes we all love and want to conserve.  We are very grateful to the chef’s hosting an event and supporting CareMoor for Exmoor, our donations scheme which helps fund specific nature, access and heritage projects.’

‘Our partner Visit Exmoor (the official tourism association)  is also publishing a new, free Eat Exmoor food and drink guide and local food lovers can also sign up for a foodie E-Newsletter making sure they hear about all the latest food events going on including those under the banner of  CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club.’

The website www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/caremoor contains details of the restaurants and dates of CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club events.


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