Here at A Rule of Tum we are all about championing the local suppliers and makers we have around us, this post is about The Cider Insider, a book by the talented Susanna Forbes, a guide about cider from tree to glass, read on to find out more:
My journey with AROT began when I was in the midst of completing a part-time level 3 in professional cookery at the college. During a chefs takeover evening, I met Rupert, who later put me in touch with Dorian. I had a trial shift, and a short time after that got the job. I had no previous experience as a chef, and couldn't have start anywhere better!
Can you remember the last time you were hit with a scent that immediately transported you back to a time or place? Smells and flavours have a funny way of evoking a certain feeling of emotion or nostalgia.
My brother was already working as a chef at The Bookshop and he was told that there was a Front of House job opening at Burger Shop. He put my name in (without me knowing) and I received a phone call asking me to start a trial shift later that week. 10 months on and I’m still here.
I grew up in Leeds and moved to Worcester three years ago for university but decided that uni wasn't what I wanted. So I started looking for a job. One day in the summer a friend took me to Burger Shop Worcester and I fell in love with the food, the people and the amazing, unique location.
Our friends at Chase Distillery are packing up their Landy's and heading to Burger Shop Worcester to host a tasting event to showcase their range of award winning single-estate spirits. Oh, and did we mention that Chef Rupert's prepared a scrummy nibbles menu to accompany it (see below).
This month we turned to our Polish Head Chef, Paula in Burger Shop Worcester to educate us on her countries exciting, rich and hearty cuisine. Often underrated, polish food is perhaps not the most popular of choices, but certainly worth trying.