The Secret Sunday Lunch Club brings people together for a proper Sunday roast in a relaxed, informal Notting Hill home.
Pork is one of the worlds most consumed meats mainly due to it's versatility and one of my favourite cuts is belly of pork. To keep warm in these colder months pigs build up generous layers of fat, a bit like a cosy puffer jacket and it's this layer that is vital for a slow roast belly joint. During cooking the fat melts into the marinade of sugar, cloves and star anise, and its this sweetness and moisture provides the most delicious and tantalising gravy.
I often make a Rhubarb and Plum Relish to compliment this dish, but it's just a little too early for rhubarb so I'm sticking with the lovely earthy flavours of winter. Beetroot, cabbage and black pudding to enhance the meaty essence of pork, contrasted with the sweetness of parsnip and sharpness of apple - Go on, you know you want to!
To feast your eyes on all that's on offer, please visit www.secretsundaylunchclub.co.uk
Places for this and other supperclub dates can be booked through Edible Experiences.
The secret location is in the heart of Notting Hill, overlooking the rooftops of Portobello; the full address will be revealed at the time of booking.
This supperclub is BYO so don't forget to bring your favourite drink.
Go on, you know you want to...
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