How offal! – Slow food masterclass

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EXPLORING THE FIFTH QUARTER | Slow Food Masterclass with Grierson Organic

Saturday 1 March, Café St Honoré, 34 NW Thistle Street Lane, Edinburgh

Arrive 11am for coffee and shortbread

£27.50*, including a 2-course lunch with wine, Black Isle beer or Cuddybridge apple juice

Call 0131 2262211 or email to book.

This is the perfect masterclass for meat-lovers who want to take their knowledge and understanding to the next level. Neil Forbes of Café St Honoré and Sascha Grierson of Grierson Organic will lead you on a journey to explore the ‘fifth quarter’, more commonly referred to as offal, showing you what to buy and how to cook with ingredients that are generally overlooked in home-cooking.

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Once a staple of the British diet, offal has seen a slight resurgence on restaurant menus in recent years, yet few of us know what to do with tongue, suet or oxtail at home. Fifth quarter cuts are cheap, readily available, and most importantly, very tasty – so let us teach you how to introduce them into your kitchen repertoire.

There will be tastings throughout the class, as well as opportunities to ask questions.


Organic Chicken Liver Parfait Terrine with Lardy Cake and Leaves

Bath Chaps with Arran mustard, Kale and Mashed Potato

Café St Honoré and Grierson Organic work closely with Slow Food Edinburgh to help promote ‘a better way to eat’ – food that is good, clean and fair. *£2.50 from every ticket will go to supporting a Scottish delegation to Terra Madre in Turin in October, where thousands of Slow Food producers, chefs, farmers, activists and food communities from all across the world draws close to 250,000 visitors over four days – showcasing national food cultures and produce.

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