The English Cooking Event

It was Friday, 13th and I was supposed to be the chef at the English Cooking Event. Chef means chef and not boss and surprise, surprise all went well. 10 cooking enthusiasts and one busy brownie listened to my command and met the demands to full satisfaction. An unusual experience for me: the participants were still excited.

©English Cooking Event

The epitome of an English (summer) drink is

Pimm’s Cup No. 1 Cocktail

©Pimm's Classic - English Cooking Event

Pimm’s Cup No. 1 is based on gin. It has a dark-tea colour with a reddish tint, and tastes subtly of spice and citrus fruit.

We enjoyed it with Ginger Ale. As a first step we popped the apple pie into the oven, to get the oven free for the ingredients of the main course.

©Apple Pie (1) - English Cooking Event

While the pie was baking, it was time to serve the

Mulligatawny Soup

©English Cooking Event Mulligatawny Soup

Instead of dry sherry we had wine with the soup and all other courses.

There was a lot of chopping to do and at least we crowned the

Chopping Queen,

©Chopping Queen - English Cooking Event

she learned chopping like a real pro. The main course

Lamb with Mint Sauce with Roast Carrots, Beet Salad and Potato Wedges

©Lamb with Mint Sauce with Roast Carrots, Beet Salad & Potato Wedges - English Cooking Event

Apple Pie with Clotted Cream

©Apple Pie with Clotted Cream - English Cooking Event Collage

Apologizes for the bad quality of some pictures.

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3 thoughts on “The English Cooking Event

  1. Uta

    It was really a wonderful event. I enjoyed it very much. Everything was perfect and each single course tasted delicious!
    Thank you for being the chef, you did it well. And thank you and the other ladies for the organisation. I hope we will do it again.

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