Cocktails served by B.A.M. Asylum | Wild Food by Gut Club
You are cordially invited to THE BARON'S BANQUET
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On the evenings of Tuesday 6th and…
Added by dimitri launder on November 30, 2011 at 11:13 — No Comments
Monday 5th Masterclass with vintage Tea Party ~ Decorating for Christmas is the ultimate Domestic Goddess task. You will be shown how to serenely and effortlessly create beautiful Table Settings, Floral Table Centres, and a Seasonal Wreath for your door, which you take home with you. Followed with a fabulous afternoon tea in true vintage style. 1.30 till 4pm then tea until about 5.30pm. You take home your Christmas door wreath. £65
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Added by Amanda Baird on November 28, 2011 at 22:30 — No Comments
We had a great time at our supper club event last Friday. Marwood Yeatman cooked a fantastic collection of wild game ~ we had grouse, partridge, leveret wild duck breast all cooked with winter vegetables and theeee best Dauphinoise potatoes you've ever tasted. It was a perfect wonder that we managed to transform my sitting room into a restaurant and fit in so many people. I decorated the house to the hilt ~ no…Continue
Added by Amanda Baird on November 23, 2011 at 19:47 — No Comments
We've added some photos of our first supper. Thanks to Lara (Sheen Suppers), Nik and our other lovely guests for making it such a fun evening. Thanks also to my fabulous partner Nicole who is heading back to Oz. Expect some Sydney style inspiration in future events and a southern hemisphere Northcote Kitchen venue.
Here's the menu if you can't see the photo clearly enough......
Added by Northcote Kitchen on November 22, 2011 at 15:52 — No Comments
Just two places available for this Sunday's chocolate indulgence tea party at a secret summerhouse somewhere in Peterborough. Tastings of single bean chocolate, sipping luxury hot chocolate and eating afternoon tea with specially chosen loose leafed teas, all served at a beautiful table in my shabby chic, cosy little summerhouse.... donations for Age UK please, minimum of £10 per person. see www.justgiving.com/topsecretteaparties or…Continue
Added by Ms Lemony Drizzle on November 21, 2011 at 22:40 — No Comments
We're really looking forward to this Friday 18th for the wild game feast here at our funky little Frontroom Supperclub. Marwood has got lots of Teal and other wild duck, partridge, grouse, leverett and deer's liver - the best bits. All to be cooked to perfection with foraged Blewits, Penny Buns, Wood Mushrooms, red cabbage, Dauphinoise potatoes and theee most delicious gravy…Continue
Added by Amanda Baird on November 16, 2011 at 17:00 — No Comments
Following other post on the difficulty of filling your first evening, here are some photos of my intoduction to the world of Supper Clubs. Getting 7 people through the door took more effort than the cooking. But it was worth it. Through word of mouth from the attendees my potential list for #2 is up to 16. I almost cancelled the event due to slow takeup - but glad I didn't. Thanks for the encouragement from various members. Pictures taken by my son's friend - one of my professional…Continue
Added by Wild Thing - The Supper Club on November 16, 2011 at 10:55 — No Comments
Well - phew! First ever supper club done and dusted. Despite a few hiccups - including the head waitress colliding with a coach in Victoria while driving her new Audi convertible on the way over to mine, and me coming out worse in a tussle with the mandolin - who needs that middle finger tip anyway - I think it was a great success. Judging by the extreme amounts of chatting…Continue
Added by Beany Elarte (Tara) on November 15, 2011 at 23:33 — No Comments
We are very excited about our upcoming tea party on the 19th November at Alice's Tea Garden HQ. This is the first hosted here... hopefully the first of many to come.
There are still 2 places which I am hoping are filled this week... so people please don't be shy - get over to Wandsworth to our tea party this Saturday!
5 days to go!
Added by Alice's Tea Garden on November 14, 2011 at 14:42 — No Comments
We have THE A TEAM here in the kitchen at Tisbury for this very special event. Marwood Yeatman will be cooking wild and foraged foods for the main course for our supper club evening this coming FRIDAY 18th NOV. Marwood's 'The Last Food of England' is a frightfully interesting book with detailed descriptions on producers still doing it in the old fashioned way. Wild birds and venison cooked to perfection, cavolo nero, game chips and lots more, a three course dinner with free cocktails and…Continue
Added by Amanda Baird on November 12, 2011 at 10:21 — No Comments
Added by The Raspberry Bush Supper Club on November 7, 2011 at 22:20 — No Comments
Here's finally time to reveal some details about the fabulous evening of Thursday, November 24, 2011, in resonance with the Lyon Biennal. We are pleased to collaborate this time with the Artae Gallery to bring you a night like no other ...
To celebrate this collaboration, we wanted to (re) create an…
Added by Le Salon Anglais on November 7, 2011 at 12:25 — No Comments
The Screws have been bribed and Bonnie & Clyde have a day release on November 14th; another chance to meet their fellow convicts at the Monday Chow, this time inspired by Bocca Di Lupo.
Partner in Crime…
Added by Bonnie and Clyde on November 7, 2011 at 10:14 — No Comments
This pink velvet cake is a subtle colour - not as pink as expected but tastes amazing. This cake is for Alice's Tea Garden's special tea guests this afternoon. It is filled with and covered in a Marscapone Cream Cheese Frosting.
Ginger Baker’s breadTrio di bruschetta, fritte di Grana Padano, due arrosto delle mandorla
Awesome antipasti selection of roasted almonds 2 ways, bruschetta 3 ways, gorgeous Grana Padano crisps and stunning Puglian…
Added by secret squisito on November 3, 2011 at 22:56 — No Comments
Added by msmarmitelover on November 2, 2011 at 13:11 — No Comments
Hmm what to bake?
First stop is on the front of Sainsbury's current magazine and is a recipe from the wonderful Dan Lepard who writes on baking for the Guardian every Saturday. It's a Blackberry and Cinnamon cake, bursting with whipped cream and blackberries. How autumnal.
Secondly, in a nod towards Christmas, a chocolate orange cake. Two layers of moist chocolate cake decorated with whipped orange frosting and Terry's chocolate orange segments (chef's children desperately…Continue
Added by Vintage Afternoon Teas on November 1, 2011 at 22:00 — No Comments