The Abbeville Supper Club is a unique dining experience consisting of seasonal tasting menus
The pair launched in December 2019 as a not-for-profit passion project.
This unique model enables the support of local charities (currently Royal Trinity Hospice) whilst entertaining their love of cooking, and offers a chance to give something back to the community.
As well as these successful Supper Club evenings, during Covid-19 they also launched
The Stay Home Kitchen, a concept providing high quality deli snacks and lunches for local residents to enjoy in their own homes. The team has also adapted to the lockdown situation by creating various Recipes and Tutorials which can be found on their Instagram (IGTV) page.
In addition, Teddy and Jean-Pierre have held weekly Lockdown Cooking Challenges via their Facebook page, in aid of Royal Trinity Hospice - featuring guest judges each week such as
William Sitwell, Adam Handling and Francesco Mazzei.
Having recently partnered with 'TLC During Covid' - Teddy was cooking and preparing restaurant quality meals delivered to you each week at home. TLC (powered by 'A Bit of TLC') cleverly adjusted to support both the vulnerable population at home whilst keeping our independent wholesalers and food markets active and alive during these times.
Teddy has recently started offering a new concept 'Wellies at Home' - a premium meal kit with everything you need to cook your own flawless Beef Wellington from the comfort of your own home.
With local customers, charity partners and commercial interest quickly growing, Teddy and Jean-Pierre are excited to share their journey - and invite you to register your interest below
MEET THE CHEFS
Teddy (right) and Jean-Pierre (left) have a successful blend of culinary expertise that has enabled them to create and grow the Abbeville Supper Club concept. Jean-Pierre who had an early career as a professional chef comes with extensive culinary knowledge through his travels and love of multiple cuisines. Teddy’s culinary skills as a creative and forward-thinking amateur Chef, led him to becoming a Quarterfinalist on the recent Season 16 of BBC's MasterChef in 2020. Together with their commercial mind-set and business acumen, this makes for a fantastic duo in the kitchen.
Lockdown Cooking Challenges
WEEK ONE: Steak Sandwich
WEEK TWO: Fried Chicken
WEEK THREE: Brunch
WEEK FOUR: Canapés and Cocktails
WEEK FIVE: Cheesecake and a 'Cheesy Tune'
WEEK SIX: Fish and Chips
WEEK SEVEN: Curry and a Classic 'Bond' Film (William Sitwell)
WEEK EIGHT: The Ultimate Burger (Calum Franklin)
WEEK NINE: Tapas & Tequila (Adam Handling)
WEEK TEN: The Ideal Italian (Francesco Mazzei)
WEEKS ELEVEN & TWELVE: Japanese (Tim Anderson)
in aid of Royal Trinity Hospice
During lockdown, Teddy partnered up with @tlcudringcovid to cook and prepare restaurant quality meals delivered to you at home each week. TLC During Covid (powered by 'A Bit of TLC') cleverly adapted their offering to support the vulnerable at home as well as keeping independent wholesalers and food markets alive and active during a tricky time.
in aid of Royal Trinity Hospice
'Recipe for Greatness' Podcast
Jay Greenwood interviews Teddy on Episode 6 of his Apple podcast series 'Recipe for Greatness'. Talking all about behind the scenes at BBC's MasterChef and his journey from Supper Club Founder to growing the business. Jay's podcast series interviews the founders behind the best food companies in the UK.