Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes has commended Clwyd South’s businesses and residents who will be taking part this week in virtual events as part of the “Taste North East Wales” event.
Due to the current circumstances this year’s participants will showcase their ideas through a series of virtual events that members of the public are able to take part in and enjoy.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) at 7pm, two local North Wales producers, Beatriz Albo and Marina Midolo, will talk viewers through cooking their signature dishes from their home countries, followed by a Q&A session.
Then on Friday there will be a masterclass with head chef Grant Mulholland from The Hand at Llanarmon.
Grant will be using locally produced lamb hogget skilfully cooked using a range of other local ingredients.
After the masterclass, you can join owner Jonathan Greatorex for a live chat about the hotel's great food and commitment to local produce.
Simon Baynes MP said: “This is a great opportunity to showcase the wonderful food and culinary talent we have in Clwyd South. Whilst it is unfortunate that this year’s events can’t be in person, it is great to see the events still going ahead virtually.
"I wish everybody involved great success with the event. A lot of hard work goes into these events and it is great to see the community coming together and adapting to the current circumstances in such an efficient and imaginative way."
* See the website https://tastenortheastwales.org/ for more details and how to participate.