Paleo Supper Club – write up

On friday night Wonder Woman Workshops UK hosted our first ‘paleo supper club’. The Scullery Cafe, where we held the evening, is somewhere we frequent a lot. We host networking events there, I see clients in the parlour (a private room at the back) and we both go in most days for lunch and to get some work done. We love it! What I love most about The Scullery is that I can shift the menu around to suit my nutritional needs (e.g. paleo), and when we suggested a WWWUK supper club, Colin (owner and chef) suggested that we do it paleo style and we jumped at the chance.

Colin and I sat down to discuss the menu and we settled on a chargrilled halloumi starter, a choice of chicken or seabass main and either a gooey flourless chocolate cake or local honey panacotta for dessert. What I was most looking forward to was the fresh baked paleo bread Colin was going to make, and it definitely disappoint.

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As we arrived at The Scullery on Friday evening we found most of the ladies already in their seats indulging in a drink (or 2) and once everyone was sat down, we started on the bread with olive oil and balsamic or butter. The bread was amazing and I hugely appreciated Colin making it as its not something I will usually attempt as I find it quite tricky.

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The wine and conversation were flowing as we were served our starter, which again tasted delicious and I could have easily eaten 2. Shortly after our main meals arrived with impeccable presentation and taste.

The dessert portion of a meal is always my favourite, and even more so when I can tell myself that its actually ‘healthy’ dessert. I had opted for the chocolate cake which was to die for, but I did taste the panacotta which was equally as good and seemed to be devoured by everyone who chose it.

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More lively chit chat continued between the ladies, some of whom had never met, and others who were catching up after not seeing each other for a while. Before we knew it it was time to leave, some continued on to the pub next door whilst the majority headed home in what can only be described as a ‘food coma’.
All in all a great night was had by everyone and we have received some fantastic feedback! Heres to the next one!

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