During lockdowns, it felt like everyone suddenly became an expert in home cooking. From banana bread to shakshuka, sourdough pizzas to paella. You couldn’t scroll on Instagram for more than a second without spotting someone’s newfound speciality. But while many of us have since abandoned our pandemic passions, All About the Cooks is giving a boost to those of us that stuck at it.
Taking over the regularly rotating dining hall, Kitchen by KASK, this weekend (February 23 to 25), All About The Cooks is launching a pop-up supper club series. Across three nights, three of Bristol’s best home cooks will serve up three distinct cuisines: Thai, Brit-Mex and Mumbai Street Food. Each evening will start at 7.30 pm with a drinks menu curated by the team behind KASK, one of Bristol’s best wine bars.
Kicking off the supper club on Thursday is Nawa from Brentry. She will rustle up family-style Thai dishes such as authentic thai spring rolls, chicken pad thai, massaman tofu curry, and mango sticky rice for dessert. On Friday, Rhiannon will combine traditional British cooking with her years of travel and work in Mexico for a Brit-Mex feast. While Southville-based Mrunal will round off the final evening on Saturday with sensational street food delicacies from the streets of Mumbai.
What is All About The Cooks?
Described as an “Etsy for food”, All About The Cooks is an online marketplace for home-cooked meals. Founded in Bristol, it aims to make it easier for all home cooks to share their food with people across the city, without leaving the comfort of their kitchen. For diners, it offers the opportunity to support local chefs and discover foods (and stories) not so readily available in restaurants.
Taking things offline for this event, however, All About The Cooks is giving these three home chefs the chance to work from a real kitchen and flaunt their amazing recipes to diners IRL. To book your tickets head here.