If the thought of steak grown in a petri dish and horsemeat being on the a la carte makes you consider a life of strict veganism then this may just be the debate for you. The team behind TOAST are back to ponder the topic of all things meat with expert butchers to discuss everything from edible insects to what the true cost of cheap meat is.
Meat moguls The Ginger Pig owner Tim Wilson and Hawksmoor head chef Richard Turner have paired up with Philip Lymbery, CEO of charity Compassion in World Farming, to create one seriously clued up panel to discuss their views on the UK’s current relationship with meat, what a supply chain should look like and a peek into what the future holds by predicting what our diet may look like in a century.
And to add even more food to thought this carnivorous event will also play host to some seriously cracking Bloody Marys and a selection of tantalising brunch dishes cooked specifically to show how meat can be used sparingly to create sumptuous dishes that don’t skimp on the flavour factor.
The Future of Meat will be taking place in Saturday the 5th of April at the Hawksmoor Guildhall. Tickets to brunch and the Future of Meat Debate cost £40 per person.
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