OUR NEXT EVENT - AUTUMN LUNCH
WEDNESDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER , 12 NOON
We are thrilled to welcome Candi from Candi's Chutneys as the speaker at our Autumn lunch.
Candi has been a professional chef for 30 years and in that time has perfected very unique and very popular products. She believes in taste and quality and as a result, a high percentage of her business is from repeat customers and referrals.
Nearly all of her chutneys are her own recipes and have evolved over many years of experimentation. Her Non Mango Mango Chutney is an old Kashmiri Chutney recipe given to me by a good friends grandmother!
For all the Chutney Candi uses SOLELY use the very best quality ingredients grown in East Anglia, but unfortunately Norfolk is not well known for its wealth of home grown spices, such as Star Anise and Turmeric so these have to be bough in from outside!
Our Autumn lunch will be held at Broom Hall Hotel in Saham Toney. Along with our speaker we will feature from local businesses including Carol Cooke who makes and decorates Celebration Cakes for all occasions..
Book now to avoid disappointment!
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