By day they walk amongst us, spending their weeks unnoticed, as they live out a normal life as teachers, journalists and doctors. But at the weekend, their super-human cooking powers come to life, turning their homes into pop-up restaurants around London to become ‘The Supperheroes Series’.
From August to October 2012, these culinary crusaders are working with international aid agency Action Against Hunger to help fight the injustice of child hunger around the world, conjuring up the most magical menus and using their own recipes to bring delicious food to paying diners – with all profits going towards this worthy cause. All events are organised in association with foodie activities website Edible Experiences and each and every Supperhero has their own range of secret weapon dishes from the four-corners of the globe, ranging from Singaporean Laksa Noodles, to Mauritian Curry and Italian Meatballs – guaranteed to entertain and satisfy their guests.
As an added incentive to dine and donate, guests who attend at least three Supperheroes events during the campaign will be entered into a draw to win fabulous foodie prizes, including a delicious hamper of unearthed® goodies; a three hour Asian cookery masterclass for two at School of Wok in Covent Garden and an amazing ‘Sausage-Wrangling’ course for two at The Butchery in London Bridge; where you can learn the secrets of how to make your own sausages!
For more information on all supperlicious events taking place throughout The Supperheroes Series, go to www.edibleexperiences.com/supperheroes or, if you think you have what it takes to hold your own, visit http://www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk/supperheroes/for more details on how you can become a supperhero too.