Time: October 2, 2011 from 2:30pm to 5:30pm
Location: The Church, Bethnal Green
Street: Bethnal Green Road
Website or Map: http://www.unearthedfood.com
Event Type: monthly, supperclub
Organized By: Chris Sandel
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2011
People say, that the Sunday Roast dates back to medieval times. Back then, village serfs (a kind of servant/slave) served and worked for the squire for six days a week. On the Sunday, after the morning church service, these serfs would assemble in a field and practice their battle techniques. After, they would be rewarded with a feast of oxen on a spit.
So, once you’re done with your sunday battle practice come along and feast down on what we believe is the Ultimate Sunday Roast. A whole oxen seems a bit excessive so for this instalment we’ll be cooking one of oldest breeds of piggy, the Tamworth.
Chris, as always, will demystify all the fallacies associated with nutrition through a series of short talks about food history and the ingredients we use. No need to feel guilty about that extra helping of cracking.
Nik, our resident sommelier will be selecting and presenting a selection of organic and biodynamic wines to match each course.
The recent Ultimate Sunday Roast was a winner, click here to see the photos. http://www.funthyme.com/_blog/Funthyme/post/Unearthed_The_Ultimate_Sunday_Roast_Aug_6th/
You can see the menu below.
Forest mushroom spoons, roast garlic puree and parsley oil
Roast butternut squash, chestnut and cashel blue tartlets
Smoked sprats, brown bread, horseradish and lemon
Roast Tamworth, crackling, apple and black pudding stuffing, roasties, carrots, greens, Yorkshire and cider gravy
Grapefruit posset, caramelised pistachios, lavender and poppyseed shortbread
Contribution £40 including wine
You can reserve your place click here http://www.etickets.to/buy/?e=7247
*If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance so we can make the necessary changes.
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