This year we dedicate our Cookery Theatre to our friend Marko David, who passed away suddenly last year. He will be sorely missed as the life and soul of the Cookery demonstrations at the Hadleigh Show. We have done our very best to put on a cookery line up that he would be proud of and we are hugely grateful to Annie, his wife, for her huge support in putting this year together and Terri Newman of Erivica Cakes for taking on the compere role and being an absolute gem in bringing our cookery theatre together again.
The line up is as follows:-
10.30am Jubby Whitehead, Real Thai Food, Hadleigh - Authentic Thai food cooking with love.
11.00am Thomas Leatherbarrow - Thomas has a history as long as your arm! He has worked all over the world for our own and foreign royal families. He is a trained patissier, chocolatier and much more. He will be bringing his wide experience to our Hadleigh Show
11.30am Freddie and Kingsley from Bildeston Crown and Nedging Hall Estate
12noon Steve Walpole – professional chef and foodie!
12.30pm James Barber – cooking up Suffolk Chorizo and smoked Norfolk dapple spaetzli with a • Chocolate mousse 'mouse' to follow!
1pm George Debman – award winning butcher and President of the National Craft Butchers Association based in Ipswich
1.30pm Mike Warner – A Passion for Seafood - talking about and prepping local crab and lobster, how we catch them and how to buy, prep them and cook some delicious meals using them.
2.00pm Terri Newman, Erivica Cakes, Hadleigh. The business is named after Terri's mum who was her inspiration. The most beautiful cakes you’ll ever see!
2.30pm Justin Kett, The Fork Deli in Hadleigh
Justin has been a chef for over 20 years, heading up the Brudenell Hotel in Aldeburgh, head chef at the Swan’s kitchen in Lavenham and now owner of Fork Kitchen & Deli in Hadleigh.
3.00pm George Debman – award winning butcher is back again for some “little people” friendly fun – get involved with sausages!
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