Do roses make you see red? Do violets make you feel blue? Are you fed up of hearing about romantic dinners for two?
Foodies wanting a memorable meal without a side order of schmaltz can tuck into a one-off Yorkshire Food Finder ‘Not-the-Valentine’s-Dinner’ on February 14, organised by Yorkshire’s most formidable food expert and Flat Cap Cook, Sue Nelson, with the focus on local food, fun and friendship – without a love heart in sight.
The exclusive pop-up, five-course feast, hosted at The Flat Cap Cook’s bespoke kitchen and dining room in Wheldrake will guest star local, seasonal produce alongside Sue’s cooking flair and expert knowledge, making it an evening to remember, not to romance!
Like her famous gourmet Yorkshire Food Finder trails, the ‘Not-the-Valentine’s-Dinner’ will take guests on a local food journey, kicking off with Yorkshire pudding canapés and a show-stopping BLT starter, before heading centre stage to a sharing platter of 24-hour, slow-roasted shoulder of Yorkshire pork, Yorkshire forced rhubarb dessert (nothing gooey here!), and of course a Yorkshire cheeseboard.
Gourmand-on-the-go Sue says it’s the ultimate antidote to mushy meals. “Perhaps you’re a couple that doesn’t need Valentine’s Day to have a good time, or a bunch of friends who are looking for more than a table for two?” she says. “This isn’t a singles night but you’re guaranteed to get your hands on something tasty, so pop out for our pop-up, meet new people and connect over good food and good conversation!”