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Cooking At Home with Josh Eggleton

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Cooking At Home with Josh Eggleton

Josh Eggleton is owner/chef patron of the Michelin-starred Pony & Trap in Chew Magna. Founder of Salt & Malt, co-owner of The Kensington Arms and The Bristol Beer Factory, he is also co-founder of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion which owns Yurt Lush and the Bib Gourmand-awarded Root. Josh appeared on the BBC’s Great British Menu three years running winning the regional stages, and appears on Channel 4’s The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes, a social project aiming to change how dementia is viewed, set to air Spring 2019. If any of this was not enough, Josh also co-founded The School of Food in 2017, a new style of progressive culinary academy.

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    Cooking At Home with Josh Eggleton

    Theme: Festival Hub, Workshops and Demos
    Venue: Colston Hall
    On: Sunday 16th June
    Time: 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
    Address: Lower Ground Floor, Glass Room, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
    FREE EVENT

    Josh Eggleton is owner/chef patron of the Michelin-starred Pony & Trap in Chew Magna. Founder of Salt & Malt, co-owner of The Kensington Arms and The Bristol Beer Factory, he is also co-founder of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion which owns Yurt Lush and the Bib Gourmand-awarded Root. Josh appeared on the BBC’s Great British Menu three years running winning the regional stages, and appears on Channel 4’s The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes, a social project aiming to change how dementia is viewed, set to air Spring 2019. If any of this was not enough, Josh also co-founded The School of Food in 2017, a new style of progressive culinary academy.

    Bringing people and good food together