Parkholme Supperclub is an award-winning supperclub and occasionally we do vegan nights - we have one coming up on the 12th Jan, would you like to join us?
These are some of the most popular dishes we've served, from a range of different supper clubs, so you get a truly international cross-section.
Peanut soup with rice balls - from Ghana. My Chinese mother was hugely dubious about African food but loved this. Nana our Ghanaian volunteer will make it for us
Sebernih Bezzet - Syrian spinach with onions - hugely popular dish from the Syrian supperclub. It sounds plain but people rave about it and it's the dish they remember the most.
Beet and Kidney bean salad - inspired by a Georgian dish but I improved on it :-) and my Mexican friend Victor ate a whole bowl of it once.
Falafels and tahini sauce - these are home made and very, very delicious, says a policeman, from the Middle East
"Delicious" Tofu - from China - I don't know what it's called really, but this is my favourite tofu dish by a long way. I have convinced someone who'd NEVER EATEN TOFU BEFORE with this dish. (Yes, he'd avoided it for over 50 years!)
Turkmeni Chickpea and Onion stew - this one surprised us with how good it was - to be honest we weren't expecting much from Turkmenistan.
Stir Fried Potato - yes, it exists! I was amazed too when I first ate it in Shanghai. It was almost the only dish my client ate all week... we ordered seconds.
Mercimek Kofte - tasty lentil kofte from Turkey, a friend's mum always makes these for me, I like to snack on them
Dhokla - we had to include something from India ! a Gujarati savoury cake that's so good I got the recipe from another friend's mum.
Kueh Talam - pandan coconut "cake" from Malaysia, my fave so I had to learn to make it
Sticky Rice and Mango - the classic Thai dessert
Cost will be £40 of which £35 will go directly to the charity Medecins Sans Frontieres - please mail us with bookings on [masked]
Are we good cooks? Well we've donated over £30,000 in profits to Medecins Sans Frontieres. Clearly someone thinks we're good enough to come back again. You decide.