Visitors to Grand Harbour will be able to enjoy a taste of locally raised beef and local produce this Saturday as part of an ongoing effort by Michael’s Genuine and Hurley’s supermarket to showcase how easy and delicious it is to find and prepare local products on island.
Spearheaded by Michael’s Genuine Chef Thomas Tennant, the restaurant’s mobile cart will be parked at Hurley’s entrance from 10am to 2pm. Customers will be able to sample beef sliders topped with grilled scallions, tomato, lettuce, and scotch bonnet aioli prepared by chefs of the two establishments. Customers attending the free event will be sampling a Hurley’s favourite, local beef ground fresh daily by Hurley’s butcher, Bruce Carlile, from the finest quality, dry aged Cayman beef. All of the ingredients needed to make the dish at home will be available for purchase at Hurley’s, along with copies of the recipe for the scotch bonnet aioli prepared by the chefs. On the back of the recipe cards is an exclusive offer for Hurley’s customers at Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink’s Farm-to-Table Dinner with Slow Food South Sound in Camana Bay the following Saturday, April 21.
The multicourse, family-style meal celebrating local farmers and their bounty begins at 7pm, but at 6.15pm, Chef Tennant will offer a personal cooking demonstration for Advantage customers using fresh local ingredients from Hurley’s meat and produce departments. Cardholders will also receive a special take-home goodie bag of treats prepared by pastry chef Adriana Duran.