Monthly Archives: September 2017
This Autumn’s Love Food will be packed full of delicious things to do for all the family! Jo Ingleby (BBC Cook of the Year 2015) will be holding cookery workshops for children of all ages all day. The sessions are free but we do ask for a contribution if you can afford to pay. Children under 7 need to be with an adult, older children are welcome to bring a grown up if they want, but don’t have to.
During these fun, hands on, sessions we will be making dishes using the best of local, seasonal ingredients. The sessions last approximately 40 minutes and will carry on through the day, just come along and join in, or sign up if we are busy.
Sessions will include:
Herb Butter making
English Apple and Cinnamon Crumbles
Roasted Squash Dip
Richard, from Dick Willows Cider will be talking about craft cider making as he experiences it. Apples he knows and uses and the cider culture and tradition that is ever present in this part of the world.
Come and explore the magic of nature in this fascinating talk from foraging fanatic and all round legend Liz Knight wild food has been regaining popularity over the last few years, it’s seasonal and delicious – but there’s another reason why we should all be eating more of the wild & it’s all to do with stardust…
Winter Wellness Nutrition Workshops with Gay Darke (BSc NMed) Find out how to ward off lurgies, sniffles and winter blues using the awesome power of fresh local food! Gays enthusiasm is infectious and she really knows her stuff. She will be running free 10 minute individual sessions throughout the day too. Come and be inspired.
Lia Leendertz writes regularly on food and gardening for The Telegraph, the Guardian, The Simple Things and other publications and was shortlisted as Cookery Writer of the Year in this year’s Guild of Food Writers’ Awards. She lives in Bristol with her husband and two children and has a garden and an allotment.
Lia will talk about the food, festivities and traditions of autumn, bringing to life her new book The Almanac: a seasonal guide to 2018. This is an annual publication which revives the tradition of the rural almanac, connecting readers with the coming months and seasons via moon-gazing, foraging, feast days, seasonal eating, meteor-spotting and gardening. The book shares the tools and inspiration you need to celebrate, mark and appreciate each moment of the year, including monthly moon phase tables, sunrise and sunset times, the sky at night, constellation of the month, recipes, essays on festivities, and more.
The wonderful ‘Oodle Doodle’ will be back too and will be hosting some superb autumnal craft activities for our younger visitors
Hoba Kebab, The Real Kebab – We’re giving the kebab a new lease of life! We use fresh local produce grilled over charcoal and pack it into authentic Turkish bread with pickles, vegetables and herby salads. Celebrating local producers, animal welfare and ethically sourcing ingredients is at the heart of what we do.
Awesome Street Food
Awesome Street Food – Delicious crispy squid served with our without chorizo and padron peppers
and a choice of delicious dressings.
Step and Stone
Our Bristol-based bakery, Step and Stone, makes handmade lavosh flatbreads with a social purpose. We work with young people with learning disabilities, helping to develop their skills and confidence so they can eventually find employment in the mainstream catering world. We’re a community interest company, so all our profits are ploughed straight back into the bakery.