The Big Egg Hunt Presented by Fabergé

Yesterday, food writer and broadcaster Tom Parker Bowles launched a new egg dish at The Goring Hotel to celebrate the countdown to the world’s biggest Easter Egg hunt- ‘The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt’ which will take place next year.

A select number of guests were treated to a special breakfast yesterday, where new dish ‘Eggs Fabergé from Head Chef, Derek Quelch saw its debut. The dish comprises smoked salmon, scrambled Burford Brown eggs, quail’s egg, lobster, and caviar and is the first breakfast dish ever commissioned by Fabergé.

The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt takes place in London in 2012 and aims to raise up to £2 million for leading children’s charity, Action for Children, and Elephant Family – the UK’s biggest fund raiser for the endangered Asian elephant.

Members of the public will be encouraged to take part in the massive Easter egg hunt which will feature 200 uniquely crafted and strategically placed large eggs, scattered throughout central London. Entrants have the 40 days and nights of Lent – starting on Shrove Tuesday (21 February 2012) – to hunt down as many of the eggs as possible.

The two-and-a-half foot fibreglass eggs will be exclusively adorned and decorated by some of the world’s leading artists, architects, jewellers and designers including the Chapman Brothers, Vivienne Westwood, Giles Deacon, Zandra Rhodes, Diane Von Furstenberg, Sophie Dahl, Rob Ryan, William Curley, Bompas and Parr and Polly Morgan.

For more information please contact The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt team at info@thebigegghunt.co.uk

Ailsa

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