We have worked alongside some hugely creative chefs over the years on events from London to Cornwall. 

So we Thought, why not invite them down to Bread and Flowers HQ and ask them to cook for the locals.  After all, Salisbury isn’t exactly the gourmet capital of the south.  Remarkably, they come and deliver some amazing, original and unique food with great humour and gusto.  But you need to be on the mailing list to get in on the action, and you need to book fast.  Fifty percent of seats for Matt hew Pennington sold within 90 seconds of the email landing.

 

UP COMING GUEST CHEF 

Guest Chef – Akemi Yokoyama - Saturday 17th November

Next in our guest chef series, we have the amazingly talented Akemi Yokoyama joining us

BREAD AND FLOWERS HQ - LONGFORD FARMHOUSE.  BODENHAM.  SALISBURY.  WILTS.  SP5 4EJ.

7.00pm - 11.00pm

We were introduced to the lovely Akemi a while ago by friends from Japan, Jeannie & Yuzuru Koga, founders of the iconic ‘Culture Shock’ fashion brand, back in the early 80’s.  I went to meet her in London, not expecting the five course menu she had prepared; sushi, miso, tempura soft shell crab, black cod, green tea ice cream.

So if you’re a fish lover, this is going to be the perfect place to be on the 17th November.  If you’re a meat lover, you’re out of luck.

Akemi Yokoyama is a Japanese chef, presenter and culinary instructor based in London. Her regular classes at Sozai Cooking School have received fantastic reviews in both Time Out and The Telegraph. She has also appeared on the popular TV programme, C4’s Sunday Breakfast, teaching the presenters how to make sushi.

She demonstrates Japanese cooking in the UK and Europe at various diverse events and she regularly works with the Japanese government’s related organizations promoting Japanese cuisine to the media and public.

Most lately, she was invited as a guest chef to HMS Queen Elizabeth while she was cruising around Japan, where she provided training to the onboard chefs, lectured and held special dinners for the guests.

Akemi is a member of Japanese Culinary Academy UK, is a certified miso sommelier and has the professional qualification WSET Sake Level 3.

Black Cod

Black cod is not at all related to cod, it is a superbly rich and oily fish from North Pacific. Made famous by NOBU, it is considered one of the most expensive fish to eat in restaurants, some charging up to £45 a portion. The black cod in Akemi's homemade blend of miso will be served as a main course.

 As usual it’s first come, first served, so feel free to email or phone to reserve seats.It’s a five course menu, details to follow and it’s the usual deal, £55 per head, BYO booze, no corkage.We look forward to welcoming you with a sake cocktail waiting.

 

MENU

WELCOME DRINK

·         Welcome drink

·         Canapes

Followed by;

·         Sushi (5 pieces - salmon, mackerel, scallop, salmon/avocado roll, big roll with egg/spinach/shiitake/crab stick/cucumber)

·         Home-made miso soup with root veg

·         Softshell crab tempura with egg in dashi

·         Black Cod and ginger rice, stem broccoli 

·         Homemade Green Tea Ice Cream, sweet red bean paste, merengue

·         Tea, coffee

BYO Drinks, no corkage.  £55 per head. 
Full payment in advance to secure a seat. - please email; martin@breadandflowers.co.uk
Bread and Flowers, Longford Farmhouse, Bodenham, Salisbury, SP54EJ

 

GUEST CHEFS BOTH CURRENT & PAST