From a perfect free-range turkey to indulgent handmade puddings via a British cheese board selection, you can put quite the Christmas dinner spread on using only Local Food Britain members’ delicious produce. Here are a few ideas to help impress your friends and family this festive season.
Dorking’s Food Float was ahead of its time with its local food and drink deliveries and weekly open air stall supplying fresh produce. In the latest instalment of our Stay Loyal To Local series, we catch up with them to find out how the team and volunteers have been getting on during this most unusual of years.
Organised by the Guild of Fine Food, the Great Taste Awards are known as the ‘Oscars’ of the food world and the ‘epicurean equivalent of the Booker prize’. A number of Local Food Britain member producers won stars this year.
Based on the Sussex and Hampshire border in Rogate, Rother Valley Farm were hit hard by lockdown as they were unable to supply pubs, restaurants, schools, universities and other businesses with their free-range, ethically reared meat. Rather than panic, they launched a weekly Farm Gate Market and brought customers to them. Here we catch up with them for our Stay Loyal to Local campaign.
As specialists in outdoor dining and feast over supper clubs, The Salt Box were hit by lockdown during what would normally be their peak season. For the latest interview in our ‘Stay Loyal to Local’ series, they tell us how it’s great to be back with new picnic feasts and a return to woodland dining at their Priory Farm Estate base in Surrey.
Summer wouldn’t be the same without crispy salads and juicy strawberries, and in Surrey there are two family-run farms which have been growing these and much more for generations. Local Food Britain's Tracy Carroll explores for Surrey Life magazine.
Located in the leafy heights of Warlingham, Surrey, Chez Vous restaurant is a long-standing and popular dining destination with rooms. Here, for our ‘Stay Loyal to Local’ series, they tells us about the challenges of social distanced dining, how they create a safe and enjoyable atmosphere in the restaurant and how they’ll continue to serve takeaway for those looking to dine at home.
Durban Street Food owners Dave and Charmaine Mace could never have predicted that they’d be marking the first birthday of their New Malden-based food business in the middle of a lockdown. These enterprising South Africans now deliver their bundles of freshly prepared dishes nationwide, while also serving from the doorway of their shop. Here we catch up with them for our ‘Stay Loyal to Local’ series.
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