Added by Honey Wild Supper Club on May 30, 2011 at 20:03 — No Comments
setting the table for brunch with friends
tomatoes and basil for roasting
portabella mushrooms, smeared with garlic butter awaiting a…Continue
Hello, we made a wee mistake, sorry. Our restaurant will be popping up on the Friday Saturday and Sunday 3rd, 4th and 5th of June. I hope this has not caused disapointment but relief.
Our menu is on our blog at http://katieandkimskitchen.blogspot.com/
Love Katie and Kim
Added by katie and kim on May 29, 2011 at 16:41 — No Comments
ahhhh Brunch, the best meal of the day.
I have great hopes that this 11-12 o clock beauty will supersede dinner as the best loved and most looked forward to culinary event of the day. Brunch spans the realm of sweet and savoury; soft doughy breads, rich runny yolks, crisp and salty meats, crunchy fresh…Continue
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Just joined -after hangin' round for a while! What convinced me? Warm, genuine, friendly bunch, sharing ideas, success stories, and the support for each other.
I am in the Bexley - Crayford - Dartford area and I plan to 'step-out' in June. I will keep you posted.
I look forward to getting to know you all! Esta x
After some very exciting chats with a good friend of The Secluded Tea Party, I am THRILLED to announce that I, Miss Sue Flay, will now be baking AND preparing my Afternoon Tea Party Food, Cakes and Private Orders from the fantastically equipped and located .... …
the 4th, 5th and 6th of June will be the next dates for our pop up restaurant, follow the link for our menu,
katie and kimhttp://katieandkimskitchen.blogspot.com/
Added by katie and kim on May 25, 2011 at 15:20 — No Comments
We still have a few seats for tonight's dinner and concert. The last one was way over sold as we had two American musicians touring here and a Brit. Tonight we have one of each; fabulous performers.
And the theme is 1967, Summer of Love, complete with face painting and sitting around in the garden on colorful cushions. If you haven't been here before, tonight will give you a lovely taster of food, music and beautiful strangers.1
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I’ve finally got around to organising our next Mama Lan dinner which will be on the 25th June. This time we’ll be cooking dishes from ‘Cow Street’ in Beijing.
Cow street is an amazing market street in West Beijing specialising in Muslim snacks. The most famous being sesame lamb buns, which all Beijingers (Muslim or not) queue up for at lunch time!
See the events page for full details for full details of the…Continue
Added by Mama Lan on May 24, 2011 at 19:48 — No Comments
I’m excited to tell you that I’m now the official ambassador for the Maille Supper Club campaign. The maker of my favourite French Dijon mustard, Maille shares my passion for great food and inspired cooking. For the next few months I’m going to be helping them out to encourage Brits to get more involved with the Supper Club movement and perhaps even have a go at hosting one.
As their ambassador, I will be holding a special Maille Bastille Day…Continue
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So sorry about the pun, I couldn’t resist. Anyway... I’ve got my second secret supper coming up next week. My mind is occupied with thoughts of recipes. While I do not want a theme as such, I am looking to the middle east for influence. The heat of cumin and coriander…Continue
I have to admit that before I started conjuring up Tea Party fun and frolics, I was a PG…
Added by The Secluded Tea Party on May 23, 2011 at 10:00 — No Comments
I mentioned our group on Woman's Hour. This brought in hundreds of new members.
Visit London blog has also mentioned this group...for Olympic dates which I'm sure you will all be thinking about for next year. A fantastic opportunity to show off the best of British home cooking to visitors, welcome them into our homes, make new friends and hopefully some profit!…Continue
Yes, I’m new to the supper club scene but it has been a baptism of fire. I’ve picked up a few tips along the way that will help anyone thinking of turning their living room into a restaurant.
Thankfully the weather last Saturday held up so we were able to serve my mum’s Beijing hand rolled noodles with cold aubergine and tomato topping. It seemed to go down a treat in the hot weather as did the watermelon and cucumber mocktail served on the night.
As you guys know, we always demonstrate how to make the main dish of the evening and invite our guests to have a go. As techniques go, rolling out dough may seem harmless enough but it was perhaps the most difficult…Continue
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