Born out of a passion for local produce and seasonal ingredients, The Salt Box set out on an adventure to bring people together through food and fire in the south east of England.
Based in Surrey, Beckie and Christian offer creative open-fire catering, pop-up events and group/private cookery, butchery and foraging courses.
The Salt Box's dishes are just as often inspired by the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is on their doorstep, as they are by their love of travelling the world. It makes for adventurous dining with local provenance at its heart.
Specialising in cured, smoked and pickled seasonal produce, they invariably produce delicious flavour combinations that get their diners talking.
The Salt Box has a nose to tail and root to fruit ethos, which means their menus don’t always contain prime cuts of meat and fancy ingredients.
They like to get creative and utilise as much of a plant, fruit or animal that they can, opening people's eyes to the full potential of the produce along the way.
Based on the Priory Farm Estate near Redhill, Surrey, The Salt Box host their events and supper clubs in a gorgeous barn and a woodland kitchen.
Local Food Britain says
The Salt Box's passion and dedication for local, seasonal produce really shines through everything they do. Never ones to rest on their laurels, you're guaranteed to experience flavour and ingredient combinations you may not have tried before if you attend one of their events.
Champions of sustainable and ethical sourcing, they have an incredibly creative outlook on the future of food and so it's no surprise The Salt Box are exciting so many diners and producers.
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