Feast your eyes! Yorkshire Food Finder and Robert Fuller combine food and art in their new project

Sue Nelson of Yorkshire Food Finder, Yorkshire’s first guided food trail company, is combining her passion for artisan food with the world of art for her latest venture.
Sue, Yorkshire’s go-to ambassador for food and drink is teaming up with the iconic Robert Fuller gallery, home to the county’s foremost wildlife artist, Robert Fuller to launch two special events.
Known affectionately as the ‘Flat Cap Cook’, Sue’s first event will be a fun evening of ‘Flat Cap Cooking’ at the Robert Fuller Gallery on November 12th, paying homage to the finest autumn food. On the menu? From the Yorkshire Wolds autumn larder, roasted pheasant breasts with cider, turnip, bacon and cider gratin with pickled vegetables, and to finish, a chocolate marsala cake, served with autumn fruits.
“It’s been fantastic to team up with Robert Fuller and to be able to cook in his wonderful gallery”, said Sue. “Food and art are both brilliant ways of representing our fantastic county, so this is a great match.”
Sue has also arranged a guided tour of The Yorkshire Wolds’ artisan producers on November 15th, called The Thixendale Fix, which includes lunch at celebrity chef James Martin’s signature restaurant at The Talbot Hotel in Malton. The tour begins and ends at the Gallery, in the heart of Thixendale.
“We can’t wait to get a behind the scenes look at the hidden food gems of Thixendale”, said Victoria Fuller, wife of Robert Fuller and gallery manager.
“The Yorkshire Wolds has an abundant bounty of produce, and combined with its fantastic scenery and wildlife is sure to make this event a feast for all the senses!”