Peter Gorton, an award-winning chef who made his name developing some of the best-known restaurants in the Westcountry, has become a director of Food Drink Devon.
Peter who has owned and run famous establishments such as West Devon’s Horn of Plenty and Dartmouth’s Carved Angel, says he accepted the invitation to join the board because he believes it will be vital for the West Country...
Devon Food Heroes Peter Gorton (Master Chef of Great Britain) and Jim Fisher (Exeter Cookery School) joined other local chefs, hospitality professionals and catering students from South Devon College and City College Plymouth at Kitley House Hotel and Restaurant, near Yealmpton.
The special event, organised by The Chefs’ Forum, saw chefs and front-of-house professionals from across the...
Local chefs and hospitality professionals will come together with catering students from South Devon College and City College Plymouth on June 24th at Kitley House Hotel and Restaurant, near Yealmpton.
The special event, organised by The Chefs’ Forum, will see chefs and front-of-house staff from across the county rub shoulders with catering suppliers and aspiring college students....
Dartmoor Zoo owner Benjamin Mee and celebrity chef Peter Gorton will be among the special guests at Plymouth University’s Big Festival Weekend.
Two days of free events will take place on the University campus this weekend (Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June), including open-air cultural events and laboratory tours, showcases of student works and pioneering partnerships.
Insects are no longer a novelty food stuff and could actually be used to feed the world, a Plymouth University academic has suggested.
In May this year, the United Nations’ Food and Agricultural Organisation published a report which provided the first comprehensive assessment of insects' current and potential uses food for humans and livestock.