Hannah and I have a busy few weeks coming up! We have a couple of jobs from previous clients who have come back for more delicious and seasonal food, we’re at Dartington Food Fair Sunday-Tuesday and The Bay Horse Inn on Cistern Street in Totnes starts serving The Kitchen Table food Saturday 2nd June!
We’ve really enjoyed making salads and dips with veg sticks for Sacks Too these last few weeks and they’ve been selling well. It’s nice to know that people can get a healthy snack in the day so we’ll continue supplying fresh, seasonal and interesting food for people to picnic with, grab on the run or have on their lunch break, Wednesday-Friday each week.
I’ve been working out of the Bay Horse for a couple of months now and driving customers crazy with delicious smells coming out of the kitchen as I prepare our catering dishes for various jobs and Sacks Too lunches, so The Bay Horse and The Kitchen Table decided to join forces. From Saturday 2nd June you will be able to have a fresh, seasonal and tasty fritatta, quiche or a hearty Chunks pie with two delicious salads for lunch. What a combination?! Great local beer, fantastic locally sourced, lovingly cooked and fresh food in the newly paved garden in the sunshine!
This Sunday (3rd June) we’re at the Dartington Food Fair which will be our first ever festival! We’re really looking forward to being amongst so many local Devon food heroes, some of whom we know, and some of whom we look forward to meeting. We’re celebrating the Jubilee with a trio of seasonal salads; The Great British Potato Salad; zesty mayo, Devon Organics locally grown mint, The Husbandry School blue potatoes and crunchy oca (a wonderful red tuber from South America), fresh garden peas and spring onions. We’re serving this with a really tasty Crunchy Spring Slaw with hazelnuts, fresh organic mixed leaves and edible flowers from School Farm in Dartington (how local can you get?!). So come and say hi and have a punnet of salads or a Za’atar Humous and salad wrap or…. and I left this to last for a reason!……. a slice of rhubard Victoria Sponge. We’ve gone totally British and gloriously regal!