Top Chef Supports Community Kitchen

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Celebrated Brighton chef Michael Bremner, of top restaurant 64 Degrees, is demonstrating his love for Brighton & Hove Food Partnership’s Kit Out The Kitchen campaign by offering a masterclass as a crowdfund reward.

Michael is offering the class to 12 lucky people who pledge £75 or more to the crowdfund for a Community Kitchen for the people of Brighton and Hove. 

Michael is the latest top restaurateur to offer a masterclass reward, joining Doug McMaster from zero-waste restaurant Silo. 

Michael said: “I’m really excited to be able to help the Community Kitchen by offering a masterclass as a crowdfund reward. It’s for a great cause and something I really believe can be a massive success.”

Everybody who joins the crowdfund, no matter how much they pledge, will be in with the chance to win a cookery course place for themselves and a friend. They will also have their name inscribed on a supporting pillar in the kitchen.

The Kit Out the Kitchen crowdfund campaign for a Community Kitchen is running all this month at www.bhfood.org.uk/crowdfund.

The Kitchen will be a cookery school where local people can be inspired to cook for health, fun and friendship. At the same time as providing subsidised courses, including Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Programme, it will offer competitively priced cookery courses from local chefs and food experts. The vision has already received tremendous support, with funding from Players of the Postcode Lottery, Veolia Environmental Trust and support from the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation.

Find out more about the Kit Out The Kitchen crowdfunding campaign at www.bhfood.org.uk/crowdfund

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