I love outdoor cinema, especially if the weather is good.
Take your own picnic and drinks.
Choose from the following films/dates/locations. Battersea Park however is no longer available. …Continue
Why public liability insurance is essential for supper clubs
Insurance isn’t the most exciting or romantic aspect of running a business, but it is absolutely crucial for every supper club entrepreneur.
Public liability insurance is one of the most important cover types to consider when running a supper club. Here, we explain why you need it, and how to get…Continue
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First my 'game changing' vegan cookbook is published today. It's called V is for Vegan and can be bought at all good bookshops…Continue
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Winetrust100 and Supper Clubs: Our offer to you
We believe Winetrust100 is the perfect partner for Supper Club organisers. We can provide you and your guests with delicious wine selected by our Masters of Wine to make your Supper Club evening extra special.
What is in it for you?
Send your menu to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide a bespoke food and wine matching…Continue
Secret Squisito Supper Club Saturday 13th April 2013 from 7pm at Squisito HQ in the heart of the beautiful Warwickshire countryside.
6 seasonal courses homemade with artisan Italian and Warwickshire ingredients. Bring your own wine to compliment this special event.
Only 4 tickets left so book now to be part of the fun
Benvenuto Puglian Nocellara green…Continue
We've had many requests for this recipe. Don’t forget the word ‘Artichoke’ in ‘Jerusalem Artichoke’ originally began with an ‘F’ and eat with caution. We serve short black sized ‘soupettes’ for a reason.
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I first met Tiffany Morris when she helped me cook a Mexican feast last summer for 80 people. It was a hard days night, making and steaming tamales. She comes from an American border town with Mexico so she knows her stuff. I'm not a big fan of chocolate but Tiffany made one of the best puddings I've ever had: Mexican chocolate cake with Mexican cinnamon icecream. So…Continue
I've seen these Easiyo kits at Lakeland (love Lakeland) and always wondered what they were like. We have one kit plus a couple of yoghurt making sachets to win.…Continue
Last year in the summer after many conversations of food and experiences, my boyfriend and amazing chef Ben and I decided to take the plunge and start up a supper club.
As a project manager for many years (and being as anal as ever) I drew up a timetable of when we could hold our first event, what needed doing, buying etc. I went into full organisational mode.
Meanwhile Ben dreamed up the delicious wonders he could bring to the table in his way and without a head chef swearing…Continue
MOO Giveaway in association with Find A Supper Club
In my book Supper Club, I talk about the importance of marketing in setting up your supper club or food business. One of the 'tools' I used was Moo cards. I started with the mini sets and have now moved onto the matte rounded corner cards…Continue
The results of http://www.lovethegarden.com/blog/spring-a-leek-recipe-competition are in!
1st prize of £200 worth of restaurant vouchers at the restaurant of his choice: Supper club host, Hari Covert with his original…Continue
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Thinking of making this a feature:
Lynn Hill is no longer helping with admin on this site so I'm approving (or disapproving) of new members. What a fascinating business this is.
New members include a high wire trapeze artist and a new supperclub in Lewes!
Hello & Welcome!
My favourite moutardiers have asked me to create a specially piquante meal with mustard in every course!
Maille have created a pop up shop in Spitalfields for a week in July. The first supper, rather appropriately for a Dijonais condiment, is on Bastille Day July 14th, complete with accordionist, and the second is the friday night, July 15th.
Come celebrate the French revolution and the pleasure of French gastronomy at this unique Maille supper club event...
To win two…Continue
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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This site has been going in one form or another for two years. Since the beginning I've not only promoted my supper club but the entire 'sector'. I believe supper clubs are a new movement in food: promoting home cooking, community, cooking from scratch and highlighting women's cookery skills in particular. So I've sought to build a community.
This site costs money and it's maintenance is time consuming. I am helped in this by Lynn, Secret Tea Room, when I am too busy.
Some exciting news folks...Clandestinos will be hosting their very first secret supper club in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in April at the Clandestinos lodge. If anyone is around during that time and would like to RSVP, please drop me a line at email@example.com…Continue
Myself and The teen did the books.
Keep all of your receipts folks!
But I got Linda Williams of Bright Blue Skies(firstname.lastname@example.org) to fill out my tax self assessment form, give me advice on what I could claim for and what I couldn't.
I can highly recommend her, and she now knows the ins and outs of supper club finances.
Now looking for a book keeper. Although I have to say, it is an interesting exercise to find out just how much you…Continue
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In December I am hosting 2 special suppers at my supper club, LexEat. Not only will guests be served a 3 course Christmas lunch, but they will be constructing and decorating their own gingerbread houses.
Through my blog I'm encouraging others to do the same, where-ever they are, either in groups or by themselves. It would be great if other supper clubs joined in too.
Check out my post…Continue