Visitors to the Great Yorkshire Show are being treated to fine food cooked up by the French Chef at Home from the rear of a 1920s teardrop style Zone caravan.
Chef Yves Quemerais is holding three daily cooking demonstrations to visitors at the Harrogate Showground, on the Welcome to Yorkshire stand, that is forecast to attract more than 40,000 people over three days.
Delicious food samples are being prepared from the kitchen of a bright yellow Zone caravan that has been touring the region in the build-up to the world’s greatest cycling race that whizzed through our countryside at the weekend.
On the menu at the Zone is a “Taste of the French Riviera” (gambas), “Parisian skewers” (duck) and a “Day in Normandy” (chocolate and apple).
Yves, who runs luxury catering company French Chef at Home from his home in Knaresborough, said:
“All our food is made from scratch and either cooked on the premises or simply prepared and delivered chilled to be reheated.
“We wanted to showcase what we do with the wonderful Yorkshire produce and what better way than at the Great Yorkshire Show.”
Chris Vaudin, managing director of Sherburn-in-Elmet-based Zone Leisure, manufacturer of the bespoke Zone caravan, said:
“We wanted visitors to experience the Zone that unlike any other caravan on the market can be completely customised in colour, trim and finish so that each one is unique while due to its compact size, owners do not need a large vehicle to tow one.”