#DevonFoodMovement comes to North Devon with their 5 mile food challenge

On Saturday 26th May, chef Luke Fearon will be bringing his unique dining experience #DevonFoodMovement to the Globe Inn in Beaford, Winkleigh, for an evening of untamed, fine Devon food.

#DevonFoodMovement is a collaborative pop-up restaurant concept which celebrates Devon’s world-class produce and challenges chefs to find as many prime ingredients from within a 5 mile radius of the venue to feature on the one-off menu. This keeps the menu hyper-local and hyper-seasonal and links
diners with local producers, farmers and food heroes.

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Chef Luke Fearon, former Michelin starred head chef, will be headlining this event and will be treating lucky diners to a set-menu of small plates which allows them to explore a true taste of their location. The menu will be a taste of Beaford +5 miles and celebrate the local, spring produce within the area with dishes like River Torridge Trout with Hallwood Farm Asparagus and Hay Smoked Taw Valley Cream.

“We are super excited to be collaborating with #DevonFoodMovement for their next event. At the Globe, seasonal and local produce is on our menu all of the time but Luke is going to take this up a level. With his expertise and creativity, he’s going to give people an experience they’ll get no-where else. It’s going to be a true taste and celebration of Spring in Torridge.” Samantha Clegg, Proprietor and Chef at the Globe Inn, Beaford

This is a one-off event with limited availability. Tickets are £35 per person for a 6 course set-meal (call 01805 603920 to reserve your place). More information can be found at www.globeinnpub.co.uk or www.devonfoodmovement.com

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