18-19 September 2018, 7pm
55 Princess Gate
SW7 2PN London
A journey into the alchemy, science, humours and Renaissance cuisine – Dining with Copernicus is a humour-filled evening inspired by the dramatic figures of the Jagiellon Dynasty.
You are cordially invited to join Uncle Nicolaus for a sumptuous engagement party, thrown for his beloved niece, Anna. Play your part in or be a quiet observer of this beautiful occasion – where tradition meets new discoveries, and the future shines brightly for the soon-to-be-married couple.
Drinks Reception followed by a six-course dinner inspired by Polish Renaissance Cuisine & featuring theatrical performances, music and guest speakers.
Brought to you by the Celebrity Chef Łukasz Konik and Professor Jarosław Dumanowski, Food Historian at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland.
Pike à la Polska (late 15th c. recipe)
Beer soup (late 16th c. recipe)
Pierogi (Ravioli Dumplings) filled with Mutton (16th c. recipe)
Summer Fruit Sorbet with Flower Vinegar
Goose with apples and sauce à la Copernicus (Recipe from the oldest printed European cookbook)
Polish ‘cannoli’ with whipped cream and rosemary (from the English 16th c. and Polish 17th c. recipes)
Drink – To include:
Cocktails using Traditional Polish Vodkas
Polish Honey wine,
A selection of Polish Herb Vodkas designed to cure all known ills
Vegetarian version available on request.
This event is part of the Polish independence centenary celebrations
Produced by Polish Cultural Institute in London, in partnership with Ognisko Restaurant and Ognisko Polskie.