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What is Monkey Food?
“Monkey Food” is an opportunity for Beverley’s top restaurants that are passionate about their cuisine to come together in a friendly competition, to be voted “Beverley Restaurant of the Month” by guests.
Be part of the first “Monkey Food” event
The first competition will be in the desserts category. 6 amazingly delicious desserts, one provided by each restaurant, will be tasted and voted on. The scoring criteria will range from presentation to whether or not you would re-order it in the future and everything in between.
So when & where is the first “Monkey Food” event?
The first event will take place on Monday 12th October, 2009 at 7.00pm (for a prompt 7.30pm start) at Dine On The Rowe, Butchers Row, Beverley. Dine On The Rowe will be serving a choice of main courses before the desserts are served and the voting begins.
About the Monkey Food Team
Linda Duncan: 07792561772
Linda has recently made a lifestyle choice and resigned from The Humberside Police. During the last 5 years of her service Linda worked from County Hall in Beverley involved in Community Initiatives assisting in the reduction of Crime and Disorder throughout Hull and the East Riding.
Linda now has a successful business providing Home Information Packs and offering advice on energy efficiency, www.ydea.info, her commitment to the ‘Green Agenda’ is attested to by the fact that for each property visited she will endeavour to send a local assessor, reducing distance travelled and cutting down harmful carbon emissions.
Valerie Prentice: 07932 216 205
Valerie is Australian and has been working and eating in this area for the last 6 years. She is obsessed about food being prepared with real ingredients by people that have a passionate culinary feel for food.
She is the countries top Hawaiian Kahuna Masseuse and her business is called Cultural Bodywork, www.culturalbodywork.com. Her dubious claim to fame is that she has ordered and eaten so many meals in one sitting that the chef come out to see why he could not fill her up.
• Bring local businesses together to form a supply and support network.
• Raise the profile of local businesses.
• Increase awareness of what restaurants actually pride themselves in creating food from scratch
• Introduce new customers…
Give Linda or Valerie a call