TESTIMONIAL II Ferne McCann Fashionable Foodie does Edible Stories

Another party I attended was the Edible Stories event held at the private members club Library. It was the launch of the theatre themed dining experience that runs until 15th of May. Each week Edible Stories will pay tribute to a classic production – Les Miserables, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and The Phantom of The Opera – with the menu uniquely created and presented in comic book form by Neil Gibson to tell the story of the pop up and collaboration. I was lucky enough to have a taster menu with each different course representing a different musical. It was such a clever menu.  My favourite was the Matilda starter.  I cant say why, in case it ruins the surprise for anyone wanting to go. The steak main, was so tender, and without doubt definitely one of the best steaks I have eaten.  As well as the food, they dressed the dining room to reflect the theatre plays and had actors in character weaving in and out the room. I bumped into the fabulous Henry Conway at the event too. All in all, it was a fun, interesting and mysterious evening. In the heart of theatreland, Library was the perfect venue and Edible Stories is not one to be missed.


My jumpsuit is from Solace and shoes from Schuh.



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TALK II Food & Religion

Tuesday 21st April 2014, 6:30pm for 7:00pm start
For the first in our new series of Culinary Salons by foodie experts Caroline Hobkinson and Chloé Morris we will have a close look at religious taboos in food bringing you three controversial bites:

The suckling pig, The Body of Christ, & a human blood sausage which will be presented by:


The rabbi, the Priest, the Imam and the Cannibal


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Shoreditch Bites is a culinary salon and creative platform which celebrates the ideas and stories behind food and drink.

We want to challenge your preconceptions around food related taboos and better understand their origins and meanings.

We bring together people from different industries and backgrounds – chefs, rabbis, imams, priests, cannibals, midwives, anorexics, farmers, politicians and mothers– to look at food from a fresh perspective.