Guided Foraging and Cooking Day Course With Lunch or Dinner for £34 at Llys Meddyg (66% Off)
- Two AA rosette winning restaurant
- Luxury accommodation available
- Families welcome
- Led by experienced forager Don Lawrence and cook Ed Sykes
- Up to 3 hour guided foraging walk
- 1 hour to 90 minute introductory cooking session
- Foraging in the forest and seashore
- Cooking lesson with found ingredients
- Choice of lunch or dinner
- 10% off hotel rooms in Llys Meddyg for Groupon customers
Limit 1 per person. May buy additional as gifts. Booking required via http://www.welcome-online.net/connect.asp?id=7662. 72 hour cancellation policy. Valid for one person only. Course runs at 10am or 3pm on following dates; 23-27 May 2012; 13-17, 20-24 June 2012; 12-16, 26-30 September 2012; 10-14 October 2012. Courses run from either Llys Meddyg (SA42 0SY) or Eastern Slade Farm (SA3 1NA). Under 18s must be accompanied by a participating adult. Sensible clothing for outdoor walking required. Voucher admits one person. Original value verified 19 April 2012 at 4pm.
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While wild foraging is a great source of fresh food, urban foraging usually results in starters of sautéed garden gnomes with a side helping of stones. Gather no moss with today’s Groupon: £34 for a guided foraging and cooking course with lunch or dinner at Llys Meddyg.
Bringing together the finest locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, including long horn beef and lamb from Gwaun Valley and butter from The Jersey Farm, Llys Meddyg serves up plates of fine dining masterpieces from a two AA rosette winning restaurant. Its luxury halls offer boutique accommodation just minutes from the scenic bay, with country character flowing through the hotel, from the relaxed Cellar Bar to the beautiful Kitchen Garden.
In an exciting foraging and cooking session, individuals will set off from either the hotel or Eastern Slade Farm with experienced forager Don Lawrence leading the way. Parties will traverse the local forests and seashores collecting everything from elderflowers and shell fish to chanterelles, all while enjoying the picturesque scenery. Heading back to base, a menu is rustled up depending on the finds, with a fun and informative cooking lesson ending in a fresh meal. Courses last approximately four hours and set off at 10am and 3pm, with sensible rambling gear a must for this gastronomic adventure.