Mark Hix reveals new Kitchen Library series

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Editor 25th June 2015
Mark Hix announces Tom Kerridge, Gizzi Erskine, Daniel Doherty and Florence Knight will join him behind the stove for the Kitchen Library series that is set to take place at Tramshed restaurant in Shoreditch over the next six months. Mark Hix 3 - Jason Lowe 2012 low resThe event will take place in a partly hidden loft room above Tramshed, Mark’s steak and chicken restaurant in East London. The room is the home to a rare and extensive cookbook library, unique art and artefacts, and his creative kitchen. Tom, who ran a successful Kitchen Library event with Mark earlier this year, said: “I’m looking forward to cooking once again with the master of great British food Mark Hix in the intimate dining room of the incredible space that is Tramshed, hopefully bringing a taste of top British pub food into London. I can’t wait!” It’s a very intimate setting and places are limited to just 12 seats around the kitchen bar, which offers diners the opportunity to chat to Mark. It’s a hand’s on experience, seeing Mark and his guest demonstrate and cook a variety of dishes using the ingredients the season has to offer. Mark and his guest cook will serve four courses, with wines to match. Florence said: “I’m very much looking forward to cooking with Mark, creating pared back, seasonal British dishes to share in such a beautiful location.”Tom Kerridge low res This year, appearances will be made by Tom Kerridge, chef owner at The Hand and Flowers, on July 9, Gizzi Erskine, chef and television personality, on the September 15, Daniel Doherty, executive chef at Duck & Waffel, on October 20 and Florence Knight, chef at Polpetteo, on November 26. Tickets cost £175 per person and include a copy of Mark’s most recent cookbook, Mark Hix The Collection. Reservations can be made via email the phone: reservations@tramshedshoreditch.co.uk or 0207-749 0478.  

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 25th June 2015

Mark Hix reveals new Kitchen Library series