If you live in Cardiff and love great food, then tucking into one of Dusty Knuckle's incredible pizzas will no doubt stand out as one of your culinary highlights in the city. Similarly, if you didn't manage to grab tickets to the sell-out events, you'll have undoubtedly looked on with wide eyes at the gorgeous DIRT pop-up events which took place across the city throughout the summer. 

This Sunday, the two chefs behind these almighty foodie goings-on are teaming up to throw a wood-fired, seasonal feast that will officially mark the end of summer with a bang. Phill Lewis, owner and head chef at Dusty Knuckle Pizza, is teaming up with John Cook, from the DIRT vegetarian fine dining supper club, in a one-off event that’s all about celebrating the onset of Autumn with a feast of hearty, seasonal, comfort food.

All dishes cooked at the feast will be served ‘sharing-style’ ready for friends and family to help themselves, and the ticket price also includes a glass of natural wine from Wrights Wines – we'll drink to that! 

Tickets to this amazing one-off event this Sunday cost £47.75. To get yours, just follow this link. 

Fresh with ideas from his recent trip to the Salone de Gusto Slow Food Festival in Turin, Italy, Phill will be serving up huge sharing portions of roasted Welsh lamb with cumin and preserved citrus, free range chicken with smoked bacon and garlic butter, and flat iron beef with mustard and rosemary – how heavenly does that sound?! 

Meanwhile, John will be dishing out ‘corn from the coals’ cooked with raw butter and smoked salt, tandoori cauliflower with béchamel sauce, and smoky seasonal veg roasted directly in the embers of the fire. Starters will include tomato ragu cooked with chorizo, basil and mascarpone; and smoked aubergine with chickpeas, tahini and olive oil. 

For those Wrigglers with a sweet tooth – you know who you are – the promise of Debs' (that's Mrs Dusty Knuckle to you lot) bread and butter pudding served with orange marmalade and buttermilk custard will be an irresistible treat. 

Published -25th September 2018