'Cholita' - Palmito Supper Club at the Community Kitchen - FUNDRAISER

  • October 12, 2024
  • The Community Kitchen

    113 Queens Road
    Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN1 3XG
Ticket Price (GBP) £49.99 Register Now

Join us for a fundraising supper club to celebrate local seasonal produce cooked by local chefs championing sustainability & community.

Hosted by Diego Ricaurte (chef patron Palmito, Hove) alongside:

  • Vicky Cowan (plant based chef, ex Apricity Restaurant (Green Michelin star)
  • Kat Kocsis (fermenter/forager writer of 'Forage to Fork' cookbook)

Together they will  showcase Palmito-style dishes celebrating some of the local producers they work with. This a a chance to enjoy some tapas style small plates, learn chef's tips, hear about what inspires them and what makes this style food of special.

Two sittings are available which can be specified on booking: 

  • 5.30 – 7pm
  • 7.30 – 9pm

What’s included: A celebration of local produce from Pitfield Veg, Shrub, Barcombe Nurseries, Sussex Grazed and Clapham Farm.

  • 4  tapas-style small plates inspired by Palmito's spice-driven menu
  • A signature fermented cocktail

This is a fundraiser to support the Community Kitchen's Batch Cookery classes - which help local people on low incomes over the winter months.

Dietary information: The menu for this event includes meat and is gluten-free, however, please note that we cannot guarantee the kitchen is a fully gluten-free environment.


Date & Time

Oct 12, 2024 5:30 pm-9:00 pm

Venue Details

The Community Kitchen

113 Queens Road
Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN1 3XG The Community Kitchen
Brighton & Hove Food Partnership

The Brighton & Hove Food Partnership's Community Kitchen is a cookery school where everyone can cook, learn new skills and enjoy food with others. We want everyone to experience the benefits of cooking and eating together. By paying for a cookery class, you help other people to attend cookery activities, regardless of finance, confidence or ability, and to make lasting changes to their lives.