Next stop Preston to cook in a private home, so these two characters get to visually represent the city (big fan – I’ve posed for a photo on this bench trying to match Wallace – a bit like posing in Morecambe by the Eric Morecambe statue). The films poke fun at the Yorkshire – Lancashire border, which my home town sits on in the middle of the Pennines, but thankfully we don’t currently need passports and food checks to cross over. Wallace and Gromit are credited with saving Wensleydale cheese and kick-starting a bit of a British cheese renaissance – last week (also in Lancashire) I served up a cheese board that featured local cheeses from Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria and thankfully, unlike these two, didn’t forget the crackers.
This is just one of many insights into my work as a travelling private chef in the North of England. "Where do you cook?" I hear you ask, "I'm looking for a private chef near me".
Well, this example relates to my work as:
I travel throughout the North - check where I can come and cook for you