Edudate: Food for Thought

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Charlotte Knight by | Posted on 4th September 2013
Edudate: Food for Thought

Edudate introduces ‘Food for Thought’, a four course meal accompanied by short but interesting talks. The idea is to banish boredom at dinner time, Edudate understands that busy Londoners may not always have the time to be great conversationalists while trying to chow down and thus this concept was created. The launch takes place tomorrow with tickets priced at £40 and dinner menu options of Loin + Shoulder of British Lop Pork with Fennel, Gnocchi, Wild Mushrooms with Porcini Powder + Truffle Oil and Almond cake with Honey Stewed Damsons.

The speakers will consist of a vegan artist and new-wave taxidermist(?!) Charlie Tuesday Gates, Helen Massey, who has studied at the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music, where she won the Peter Pears Duo and English Song prizes, and TV Producer extraordinaire, James Longman. 

www.edudatelondon.com

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