Zero Waste Dinner
Time Out says
Eat a delicious dinner inspired by food waste
In a side step from what is traditionally considered a fancy hotel dinner, chef James Wallis (Love.Fish) has been invited into the kitchen at Hotel Lindrum to collaborate with head chef Matthew Bentley on a menu focussed entirely on food waste.
This dinner includes five courses of food that is normally considered food waste. Think fish collars being turned into terrines, stale sourdough being upcycled into gnocchi, and the weed dandelion being a highlight of a dish.
This dinner is inspired by Wallis's passion for sustainability, and he hopes to encourage people to change the world with small actions. Wallis says: "Food waste is a huge contributor to global warming and massive food inequalities around the world. How we eat can shape our future."
With this dinner, all the hard work has been done for you. All you have to do is book a table, eat, and hopefully walk away rethinking the way you cook in the future.
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