Sitwell Supper Club Special
Telegraph restaurant critic and MasterChef judge William Sitwell will take to the stove cooking a Sitwell Supper Club Special Food Trail Lunch using meat from Wonky Horn, the neighbouring organic West Somerset farm run by Dan Holmes.
A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?
Restaurant critic William Sitwell will be cooking up a storm with a mixed grill of delicious cuts for a Food Trail Special Lunch on Friday 28. Not to be missed if you are a meat lover!
Telegraph restaurant critic and MasterChef judge William Sitwell and organic farmer Dan Holmes of Wonky Farm (formerly Westcott Organics) are collaborating to provide a delicious Sitwell Supper Club Special Food Trail Lunch.
Dan farms a mix of Longhorn beef cattle, sheep and pigs. William will cook up a storm for lunch with a mixed grill of delicious cuts. The lunch will be held at the Cow Shed at Rooks Nest Farm, the location of his renowned Sitwell Supper Club. See his Wonky Horn listing on the website for more information.
Fri 28 July
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• Lunch is at 12.30pm, drinks from noon.
• Tours of Wonky Farm at 3pm.
• Tickets £45 per person for two courses, with kids under 10 eating for free – but you must register each child.
• Free jugs of water, all other drinks to be purchased at the bar.
• Large car park.
• Book via Eventbrite, bit.ly/3Cz0RAA
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