On Monday 13th May Rachel McCormack from Catalan Cooking is taking over the Thatched House pub in Hammersmith to showcase the different traditional food that the Balearics has to offer. Almost everyone has been to the Balearics once in their life, but you probably haven't eaten proper Balearic food. Let Rachel rectify this!
"Rachel says "The Balearic pop-up is here to offer you a small selection of what’s on offer in the islands gastronomically speaking. Xesca helped me pick the menu and her family have been in Mallorca since the dawn of time."
Below is the menu, vegetarian and other special dietry requirement options are available (just please contact her once you have booked so we can plan).
Frit mallorquin won ton with tomato and olive marmalade dips (frit mallorquin is liver fried with peppers and onions and anise)
Pa amb oli in a glass (bread, olive oil and tomato)
Coca de trempo (Mallorcan style flatbread with roast vegetables)
Arròs de la terra de Menorca (one of the oldest dishes in Menorca – búlgar wheat cooked in the oven with black pudding and pork ribs)
Escaldums de gall d’indi (turkey cooked in an almond sauce with plums trad Mallorcan dish which has Jewish origins)
Flao de Evissa (Ibizan goat cheesecake with spearmint) with
Cireres Pacha (a couple of cherries and the Pacha name)"
When - Monday 13th May at 7pm
Where - Thatched House, 115 Dalling Rd, W6 0ET
Tickets - £27.50 + fees from here
Link 1 - Catalan Cooking
Link 2 - Booking page
Link 3 - Catalan Cooking on Twitter
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