Savour a slow cooked banquet | Larchfield Estate

Savour a slow cooked banquet with the Hangfire Girls at Larchfield Estate this November

Oct 31 2016

This November, Larchfield Estate tempts you to a very different culinary experience. This exclusive event is set to take place on Sunday 13th November and will showcase seasonal local artisan produce, as part of Northern Ireland’s Year of Food & Drink.

Hang Fire Smokehouse

Guests attending this unique dining experience will be treated to a mouth-watering banquet by Award-Winning smoking duo Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn - The Hang Fire Girls. Shauna, originally from Belfast is set to launch their cookbook, Hang Fire Smokehouse. Both Shauna and Sam gave up high powered jobs in London 3 years ago and spent 6 months travelling from Kansas to the Carolinas, Tennessee to Texas to pick the brains of the barbeque pit masters along the way. When they arrived back in Cardiff, they took over a small disused butcher's shop a base for their smoked food pop ups before opening their own restaurant in Barry, South Wales.

Paula McIntyre

Among the celebrity line-up on the evening, will be local celebrity chef, Paula McIntyre. Paula is passionate about local produce, having judged in the recent Food and Farming Awards with other renowned UK celebrity chefs, not just in Northern Ireland but throughout the UK. Paula appears regularly on BBC Radio Ulster John Toal Show and is the Director of Slow Food NI of which The Hang Fire Girls are passionate advocates.

Tickets for this private dining experience can be booked through the office at Larchfield Estate by calling 028 9263 8025 or via events@larchfieldestate.co.uk. If you are a real foodie, this is an event not to be missed.