NEWS - Double Tree by Hilton to host out of this World chocolate chip cookie dinner
The limited edition three-course Cookie dinners will be available at DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre
In celebration of DoubleTree by Hilton launching its iconic Chocolate Chip Cookie into space later this year and to mark the release of the Cookie Cookbook 3.0, DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre has announced they will be hosting exclusive three-course Cookie meals.
Available between 30th September-3rd October 6-8pm for £25 per person, guests will be able to enjoy a three-course Cookie meal, with the chocolatey (and gooey!) menu including Slow Cooked Chilli Beef Croquettes, Crusted Wok Fried Shrimp, Duck Breast and Chevre Salad and Apple and Irish Cream Crumble.
The launch of Cookie Cookbook 3.0 coincides with the announcement that DoubleTree by Hilton will be taking its iconic warm welcome to new heights when its Chocolate Chip Cookie is launched in a rocket bound for the International Space Station (ISS). The cookie will then become the first food baked in space inside a prototype oven designed to make long-duration space flight more hospitable.
Shawn McAteer, Senior Vice President and Global Head of DoubleTree by Hilton said: “The DoubleTree Cookie is a favourite for our guests in the UK, and around the world and we are incredibly excited to serve our limited-edition Cookie meals to celebrate the landmark experiment aboard the International Space Station.”
“Hilton has long been an industry innovator, and as we celebrate our 100th year, we’re excited to send our hospitality into orbit with not just our plans to bake the first ever food in space, but also bring our guests and customers a three-course dinner that is truly out-of-this-world in Edinburgh!”
The Cookie Dinners will be available at DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre and the following properties across the UK from 30th September – 3rd October for £25 per person.
DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central
DoubleTree by Hilton Hyde Park
DoubleTree by Hilton London ExCel
To book your spot to enjoy the Cookie inspired three-course dinner, head to DoubleTreebyHiltonCookieDinners@Grayling.com – spaces are limited!
Cookies in Space is a landmark microgravity experiment. Working in partnership with Zero G Kitchen, which creates appliances for use in long-duration space flights, and NanoRacks, a leading provider of commercial access to space, Hilton will be the first hospitality company to participate in research aboard the space station.
Zero G Kitchen LLC is based in New York City, and was founded with a goal of building a kitchen in space, piece-by-piece, and offering its use to a variety of food researchers, educators and companies with an interest in the future of food and household appliances in space. Funded by its founders, Ian and Jordana Fichtenbaum, it is leading the way with its first appliance, a small oven.
NanoRacks LLC, an XO Markets company, is the world’s leading commercial space station company. NanoRacks believes commercial space utilization will enable innovation through in-space manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, fiber optics – and more, allow for transformational Earth observation, and make space a key player in finding the solution to Earth’s problems.
Today, the company offers low-cost, high-quality solutions to the most pressing needs for satellite deployment, basic and educational research, and more –in over 30 nations worldwide. Since 2009, Texas-based NanoRacks has truly created new markets and ushered in a new era of in-space-services, dedicated to making space just another place to do business.