On 24 May, Romano’s held a fringe event for Eat Cambridge, a two-week festival of local food & drink. Romano’s Paella Masterclass took place at the newly re-opened Black Horse in Dry Drayton in their lovely function room. Paola taught participants how to make Paella Valenciana in a fun and interactive group. Everyone enjoyed feasting on paella at the end of the evening.
Food blogger Pina of One Two Culinary Stew helped out with the event but also shared her experience on her blog, which you can read here. There are some wonderful photos of delicious food (those prawns!) and happy faces.
We’d like to give thanks to The Black Horse’s Amanda and Colin for letting us have the space, all our enthusiastic participants for being so delightful and Pina for her post. Her food blog is at onetwoculinarystew.com and she can be found on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.