SOLD OUT! Consuming Passions: Food and Drink in Georgian Ashbourne

SOLD OUT! Consuming Passions: Food and Drink in Georgian Ashbourne



Friday 21st July – 7.30pm

Dr Pete Collinge & Pete Dale (late of the Dining Room)

Historian Dr Peter Collinge presents an entertaining, illustrated talk on the extensive range of food and drink consumed by the citizens of Georgian Ashbourne.  Drawing on evidence from the town’s grocers’ shops, household accounts, bills and receipts, diaries, letters and newspapers, he reveals elegant dinners, picnics, public celebrations and private parties, street food, drunken revels, and the darker world of food and drink adulteration. While Pete Dale cooks up a tasting menu of Georgian delights, all with a welcoming glass of Rum Punch.

Come along for a fascinating evening with an illustrated talk by a local expert and a tasting menu by our well known local chef.

 St Oswald’s Church Hall, Ashbourne. Tickets £12.50 (to include sample testing menu of Georgian food and welcome drink*

Tickets are available at the Ashbourne Visitor Centre ONLY. Tel: 01335 343666

* Alternative non- alcoholic option available. The sample menu may contain any of the following fourteen major allergens within the ingredients list. They are: cereals containing gluten, crustaceans, for example prawns, crabs, lobster and crayfish, eggs, fish, peanuts, soybeans, milk, nuts, such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecan nuts, Brazil nuts, pistachio, cashew and macadamia (Queensland) nuts, celery (and celeriac) mustard, sesame, sulphur dioxide, which is a preservative found in some dried fruit, lupin, molluscs, for example clams, mussels, whelks, oysters, snails and squid.

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