Has anyone come across “WeFiFo” yet? It stands for “We Find Food”. It’s an online business that promotes all sorts of foody events online—particularly pop-up restaurants and supper clubs. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and really hope it takes off, especially for events outside London. I’ve just signed up to join them, and I’m … Continue reading Indonesian Supper Club at Anvil Cottage
As advertised in my previous blog, I am holding tempeh cooking demos at the end of the month. Please let me know as soon as possible if you’d like to come. There is a slight change to the previous announcement. I’m still giving two demos, but because some people can’t make the daytime they will … Continue reading News: Cooking with tempeh demonstrations, 26 March
Stop Press. Tempeh cooking demos Monday, 26 March. Morning and evening. I mentioned in my last blog that I was planning to hold a session. These are the dates I’ve decided on. Book now! Space is limited. Send me a message via the contact form, or if you know my other contact details, call me, … Continue reading Chayote: another healthy food
I’ve just been looking back fondly at the jobs we’ve done in the last year. They included 21st, 40th, 60th, and 90th birthday parties; dinner parties for five to 20 people; Christmas parties, private and corporate, and one in January to dispel winter blues; house warmings, quiz nights, and school parents’ evenings; and a buffet … Continue reading 2017: another year of fun and food!
Every few years Kevan gets together with his old Churcher’s College school friends. For some reason or other it tends to be at our house! I guess we are the geographic centre of gravity. And anyway I love the chance to cook for myself for a change. With a few extra family members we were … Continue reading My latest job: our own party!
At last! We have fixed a date and a place for our next ‘pop-up’ restaurant event. Closer to home, it will be at Applegarth in Grayshott, on Wednesday the 2nd of November (2016, for clarity!) Some of you may know the restaurant at Applegarth Farm. They normally open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. We reckon it’s the prettiest, … Continue reading Indonesian evening in Grayshott: Wednesday, 2 November
The Indonesian night last week at Sparks Yard in Arundel was a great success! It was the first time for us running a restaurant kitchen and service, and the first time The Loft hosted a guest cook. Their management team reckoned they’ve never had so many people for dinner — 59 guests altogether. Ina was a … Continue reading Our first pop-up event — a sell-out