We're delighted to welcome SSAW Collective as the next event in our Chef Series.
Join us on Monday 4th April at 7pm, with dinner starting at 7:30pm for a feast courtesy of SSAW Collective. SSAW create experiences that truly celebrate seasonality, advocating for positive and progressive change in the food and floral industries.
The menu celebrates recipes that you will find in The Land Gardeners, Soil to Table, a book full of recipes for healthy soil and food, a collaboration co-founder Lulu has been working on over the last 18 months with garden designers and soil experts, The Land Gardeners.
In keeping with the style of cookery you’ll find in the book, the menu is created with specific farmers, producers and ingredients in mind. Certain recipes served on the night will have seasonal adaptations, which is a key theme throughout the book!
The Menu - Recipes from Soil to Table
Westcombe cheddar and pickled wild garlic flatbread
Steamed clams, butterhead & flat leaf parsley
Roast beetroot, pickled radicchio & ricotta
Braised wild rabbit, anchovy, rosemary & nicola potatoes
Braised mustard greens, chilli & wild garlic
Keats organic leaves & mustard vinaigrette
Tropea onions, coco beans & wild garlic dumplings (V)
Chocolate & whey caramel tart with poached Yorkshire rhubarb
We can accommodate for vegetarians. vegans, GF and DF diets, but please email email@example.com at least 48 hours before the event to inform us. After this time, we cannot guarantee being able to accommodate any last minute dietary requests. We will only accept cancellations if we are confident we can re-sell your tickets.
SSAW Collective creates experiences that truly celebrate seasonality, advocating for positive and progressive change in the food and floral industries.
Our mission is to empower people to make conscious choices by offering a slower, more resourceful style of hospitality that is nourishing in every sense of the word.
Our circular approach reconnects people to real ingredients, bringing people together in thought provoking, joyful settings.
Our support for talented, independent farmers, growers and makers dedicated to working regeneratively with the land is fundamental to the experiences we offer.
Uncompromising in our commitments and creative integrity, we continue to learn, challenging ourselves to better our ways of working, and enjoy building greater awareness of the importance of provenance.