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Valentine's Dinner A Big Hit

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Chelford Tenants & Residents Association held a Valentines Dinner on 14th January 2015. It was a sell out! We are not surprised at an inclusive price of £14 per head (with free wine!)

Editor's note: Neither am I, the catering at these events is always amazing

For those who attended they were treated to:

NIBBLES! : Warm Red Pepper and Blue Cheese Bruschetta and Croustades of Tapenade

FIRST COURSE: Fresh Salmon Terrine lightly spiked with fresh Dill and Chives served with a crisp Watercress Garnish with Honey & Mustard Dressing. Accompanied by homemade Melba Toast

MAIN COURSE: A Breast of French Maize Fed Guinea Fowl cooked with Red Wine, Apricots and Brandy and accompanied by Almondine Potatoes, Puree of Creamed Cauliflower, Chantanay Carrots and Sugar Snap Peas

PUDDING: Freshly made chilled Lemon Soufflé topped with a tangy Lemon and Stem Ginger Syllabub garnished with home made Dark Chocolate Lattice Hearts

COFFEE : Cafetiere Coffee with fresh Cream and Chocolates

WINE: Tavernello White and Red

For forthcoming "foodie" events visit our website www.e.voice.org.uk/chelfordtara

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