Sheffield students taught by chef from one of world’s best restaurants 

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One of the country’s leading restaurants has given a skills masterclass to Sheffield College catering students.

The Fat Duck’s Edward Cooke, head chef, and Dimitri Bellos, restaurant manager, showed 60 students how to create the fish dish ‘Then we went rockpooling’ which is

on the restaurant’s menu.

They also spoke about the ethos behind the restaurant and finished the demonstration with a tasting of white chocolate and caviar.

The globally renowned and multi award-winning Fat Duck restaurant, based in Bray, Berkshire, is owned by celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal and has three Michelin stars.

Dimitri  said: “It is a great pleasure and an honour to be able to share some of our ideas and key elements on the way we think with the future of our industry.

“We hope to be back in Sheffield again soon.”

There are plenty of food and drink events on the menu this week.

Vegetarians can rejoice with the return of VEG OUT, to Peddler night market at Burton Road in Kelham Island, this  Saturday November 17. 

Expect the usual feast of plant based food and laid-back vibes. 

Haddon Hall in Derbyshire is hosting its artisan winter market, from today November 15 until November 18. The hall will be hosting over 110 of the finest makers and artisans from across the country. Entry is £5.50. The opening night party for the Lost and Found bar, which has taken over the former Pointing Dog on Ecclesall Road, also takes place tonight