Friday 19th January
Cider Tasting & Supper with The Ciderologist
Talton Mill, Newbold On Stour, Stratford Upon Avon
Launching the first monthly supper club is cider expert Gabe Cook, who will guide guests through a tutored cider tasting and a short Wassail. This will be followed by a delicious slow cooked home reared Talton Mill pork and apple casserole with baked potato and greens, cinnamon spiced pear cake and cream, coffee and chocolates. Tickets are £25 from 7pm.
Tuesday 23rd January
Sustainable: The Film
St Paul’s Church, Birmingham
Brought to you by the new Slow Food Birmingham group, Sustainable is a film about the land, the people who work it and what must be done to sustain it for future generations. Whilst set in the US it is very relevant to the UK and how we move forward with a sustainable farming future. Tickets are £15 and include a light supper before the film. Evening starts at 6.30pm.
Thursday 25th January
Burns Night Dinner
Rose and Crown, Warwick
With traditional dishes and a blind whisky tasting session from the experts at Glenfiddich, this is a celebration of the best Scottish food and drink for £30 per person.
Friday 26th January
Grand whisky tour
The Almanac, Kenilworth
To see in Burn’s Night, the pub will serve a five course supper with a mixture of Scottish classics and new dishes all for £30.
Friday 26th – Sunday 28th January
Various venues, Ledbury, Shropshire
Food shops, cafes, restaurants, butchers and hotels around Ledbury take part in this annual event celebrating what is often called the most important meal of the day. Showcasing the best local produce, at least nineteen eateries are due to take part, including The Muse Café, Caffe No 21, Cameron & Swan and The Talbot.
Saturday 27th January
Wolseley Wine Loft, Wolseley Bridge, Stafford
Celebrating Australia Day by having a few Antipodean vinos on taste from some award winning producers like Wairau River Wines. Special offer for January – tickets usually £20 buy now for just £10 in store or £10 plus booking fee via Eventbrite.