A fundraising event tackling food poverty and social isolation
We would be delighted if you could join us for a seasonally inspired ‘Eat the Rainbow’ Supper Club, hosted by award-winning chef Bettina Campolucci Bordi.
Bettina is a chef, author, teacher and Marie Claire Change Maker, with over 150,000 followers and well-known fans who adore her vibrant, flavourful and seasonal cooking. And in March, for one night only, she’ll be cooking up a delicious, colourful feast for our 60 guests, inspired by her travels, her international background, and all the amazing seasonal produce we have available.
You’ll start the evening in our Pantry, with drinks and canapés and the chance to meet some of the Cook for Good community. Then you’ll sit down for a deliciously vibrant sharing supper, cooked by Bettina with the support of our Community Brigade. And over dessert, you’ll enjoy a Q and A between Bettina and the Guardian’s Alexandra Topping.
Tickets cost £125, which includes a drinks reception, a sit-down meal, beer, wine and soft drinks, and a £50 donation to Cook for Good. This will go towards our community programme of cooking classes, access to low-cost, healthy food, and much more, for residents of the Priory Green Estate in Kings Cross.
And if you book before 13 February, you'll get a £15 early bird discount on each ticket. Just enter the promo code CFGEBD when you check out.
About Bettina Campolucci Bordi
Bettina is a highly influential chef, with a focus on sustainability and plant-based food, and a staggering 150,000 social media followers. She’s on a mission to encourage people of all ages to respect the seasons, hero vegetables, and use locally sourced ingredients to create delicious meals.
She is a big believer in the power of food to support wellness, and loves creating recipes that make people feel better from the inside out. As well as publishing three best-selling cookbooks, and teaching at chef academies, Bettina runs a wellness retreat in Bali, where guests can explore self-care, mindfulness and nourishment.
Bettina’s upbringing was rooted in a love of cooking and food, which has stayed with her all her life. She lived in Tanzania for the first 11 years of her life, followed by some years in Sweden, and this international experience has also been a strong influence:
“I love travelling sampling and experiencing different cultures and countries through food. There are untold stories everywhere, and they’re such a huge part of our lives. It’s magic, really – and that’s how I caught the food bug, which has blossomed into a life-encompassing passion that won’t be going anywhere soon.”
You can find out more about Bettina here: https://www.instagram.com/bettinas_kitchen/