Sunday, 18 March 2007

Expo Chef - Official


Just a short note to anybody interested. I'm extremely proud to say that I am now on board the Expochef train and looking forward to helping the guru, Mr Mark Earnden, to push his brilliant work forwards throughout the U.K. The work is truly inspirational and it is safe to say that putting a smile on people's faces, giving them confidence and showing them that food does not have to be complicated, that it can be easy, fun and healthy, is about as satisfying as it gets. Here I am in my Expochef whites, and I'll be taking on shows throughout the North East in the coming months. Please check out the website for more information, as well as Mark's interestingly creative new photos on Expochef, http://www.expochef.org

For anybody in the North East, Mark and I will be doing a show at Eldon Square on Saturday 14th April as part of the Cook, Eat and Enjoy festival. We will be cooking alongside a few of the top North East chefs in the area and it will be a fantastic day of food, fun and, errrm, I'm sure the odd F word....

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congartulations Matey.......onwards and upwards eh !! Wish I was up there to see the show in Eldon Square.....you'll be like a pig in poo.
Love the look of that Cockles & Muscles soup too..mmmmmmmm.
Take care Davey and keep up the cool blogging.
ps: Janice is keeping all the paper cuttings for me.....I'll have to start a scrapbook ;o)
Mark

Anonymous said...

Fantastic news David - Well Done you! You are going to be great
Love
Hannah
xxx

Alex said...

I am so pleased! I know everything will work out so well for you.

But I do hate you for one reason! Suet puds!!! I grew up in Norfolk in the 50s and we had suet puds sweet and savoury on a regular basis. I've been trying to forget they exist for many years due to the high calorific content and have had to make do with dumplings (2 measly small ones). I've made 2 suet puds since I saw you on MC, apple and Sussex pond - food of the gods. Must try your leek one as I have never had that. So, if you are ever down on the South Coast and think you see a grounded airship - its not - its me, all thanks to you!

Best regards and my very best wishes for the future

Alex said...

I am so pleased! I know everything will work out so well for you.

But I do hate you for one reason! Suet puds!!! I grew up in Norfolk in the 50s and we had suet puds sweet and savoury on a regular basis. I've been trying to forget they exist for many years due to the high calorific content and have had to make do with dumplings (2 measly small ones). I've made 2 suet puds since I saw you on MC, apple and Sussex pond - food of the gods. Must try your leek one as I have never had that. So, if you are ever down on the South Coast and think you see a grounded airship - its not - its me, all thanks to you!

Best regards and my very best wishes for the future