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Michelin starred chef Rupert Rowley To cook at the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester

Published On Sunday 9 Oct 2016 by Sticky Beak
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Chef Rupert Rowley has retained his Michelin star for Fischer’s restaurant at Baslow Hall in Baslow, the only Michelin star in Derbyshire.



Rupert will cook for 90 guests at the first AAH dinner at the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester on 9th November 2016 aiming to raise funds for charity Action Against Hunger. Rupert will be joined by Robert Ortiz, executive chef from Michelin-starred Lima in London along with Stosie Madi from the Parker’s Arms and Steve Smith from the Freemason’s at Wiswell.



Rupert has had a very busy year so far after his appearances on BBC1’s “Yes Chef” series with Sheree Murphy. Rupert also hosted two exclusive dining events using ingredients from Northern Ireland after a  three day trip to source ingredients from specialist artisan food producers during the 2016 Year of Food and Drink. Eamonn Homes joined in the celebrations and enjoyed the menu created along with four other guest chefs which raised funds for Teenage Cancer Trust and Macmillan Nurses.



Tickets for the Art and Wine Masterpiece Dinner are available to buy at
http://www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk/masterpiece

About Action Against Hunger
Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organisation that takes decisive action against the causes and effects of hunger. The organisation saves the lives of malnourished children, ensures families can access clean water, food, training and healthcare, and enables entire communities to be free from hunger. With more than 6,500 staff in over 45 countries, its programmes reached 14.9 million people in 2015.