Missie Cindz ‘Fruity’ Pud Inn
29 January 2012
It’s true, I have such a sweet tooth, so me and my alias Missie Cindz along with the Rutland Arms has set up another dining club where the only thing we’ll have on our five-course menu is dessert. Our pudding events will stage its third meet, with a fruity theme on March 3rd at the Rutland Arms on Brown Street (3-6pm).
The menu will consist of puds made by the public, plus three made by artisan independent food producers in the Sheffield area. Places are limited to 20 so you must book or purchase tickets early. Perhaps you’d like to join the Missie Cindz VIPeeps Club by signing up to my newsletters here: Missie’s VIPeeps to keep up-to-date with all things sweet and tasty? Tickets will be available to purchase from the pub at £8 from Monday 13th February 12noon, or you can reserve a ticket by sending me, Cindy Cheung the event organiser an email: email@example.com (please be aware I won’t be taking reservations until the 13th March).
Yes, Pud Inn is naughty and it’s unhealthy but I think everyone is allowed a guilty pleasure once in a while…don’t you? – come down and join us. I’m looking forward to seeing regular sweet faces and new ones too – plus I’ll be throwing a few other Missie-licious bright magic into the event too, afterall it is a Missie Cindz Pud Inn fest!
Everybody Needs A Pud Neighbour
This week, the very talented Colin Drury from the Sheffield Star interviewed me about my pudding gatherings asking me questions, such as “Why puddings?”, “How did it all start about and what makes a good pudding?” – we gathered up in the Rutland Arms and I provided a sample of the courses which had previously featured in my Pud Inns along with a few additional extras! (a big thank you to the Rutland’s Chef Mike, Yee Kwan Ice Cream and PJ taste for the puds). You can read the full write-up online here: Pud Neighbours – it is a lovely tasteful write-up on my Pud Inn event and I really enjoyed the read too – Colin has captured the essence (and value) of my events and what I do with ‘Missie Cindz’ really well – adopting a really easy reading style, evoking emotion and humour at the same time but still keeping a serious tone. Thank you Colin!
On the day, Colin was a little sugar dazed after a couple of tablespoons though – the lightweight! :)
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