CELEBRITY chef Nick Nairn was on hand to serve up a series of culinary treats for supporters of a popular veterans’ charity ahead of Christmas.
Nairn wowed guests at the Erskine Garden Centre, and revealed his favourite ways to bring extra sparkle to festive foods with his array of mouth-watering treats.
The Erskine supporter, who has teamed up with the veterans’ charity through the Vanishing Willows Cafe at the garden centre, delighted the invited audience of regular donators with his cookery demonstration evening.
Nick told the Paisley Daily Express: “I’m at home in the kitchen and more so at Erskine, where I’m beginning to feel like part of the furniture. Seriously though, Erskine is a wonderful charity and it’s vital we continue to attract people who want to support us. We put on a bit of a show and it seemed to go down well.”
The event also offered an excellent opportunity for Erskine supporters to browse the wonderful display of Christmas goods and gifts on offer, as well as the Erskine Garden Centre’s impressive range of real and artificial Christmas trees and colourful decorations.
All profits from the garden centre and Vanishing Willows Cafe go directly towards the care of veterans in five Erskine homes across Scotland.