On 18 June 2019, 40 Real Bread lovers took over Café St Honore for BATCH: Edinburgh.
The sell-out evening was the latest in a loose series of networking events organised by the Real Bread Campaign
During a three-course meal, crafted by the café’s award-winning team to showcase seasonal Scottish ingredients, guests heard inspiring stories of the place Real Bread has in the life and work of:
- Pam Brunton: Chef and co-owner of the multi-award winning and critically-acclaimed Inver on Loch Fyne,
- Neil Forbes: Buttery brioche fiend chef director of Cafe St Honoré, presenter of BBC Radio Scotland’s The Kitchen Café and columnist for The Scotsman.
- Ameena Nur: Prince's Trust award-winning owner of Jeju's Bakehouse microbakery in Maybole, South Ayrshire.
- Andrew Whitley: Author of Bread Matters and co-founder of both Scotland the Bread and the Real Bread Campaign.
Profits from the evening will help to fund the Real Bread Campaign’s work.
Published 25 Jun 2019
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