With their vintage-style teardrop caravan housing a wood fired oven, The Wood Fired Larder can cook just about anything - but their speciality is wood fired pizza.
Based in rural Surrey, Debs, Simon, Jess and Jamie make all of their pizza dough by hand and it is slow-proved for extra flavour.
The Wood Fired Larder’s fresh meat and poultry is from J Chitty & Son butchers of Brockham and other produce is locally sourced where possible.
As well as pizzas, other specialities include a range of delicious hot sandwiches, burgers and puds (traditional homemade apple or Victoria plum crumble served with cream or custard, anyone?!).
Their eye-catching wood fired oven is a story in itself...
They commissioned Lyn and Richard Stark of The English Caravan Company to create a bespoke teardrop caravan using inheritance money left to the family by a close relative – and, in her memory, they have nicknamed the van, Patsy.
Currently, they have a couple of regular pitches in the area. You can meet Patsy and the team at The Seven Stars pub in Leigh on Monday evenings from 5.30pm to 8.30pm and Chitty Butchers in Brockham on Wednesday evenings from 5pm to 8pm.
The Wood Fired Larder has also recently started attending Horsham markets in Sussex on Thursdays and are, understandably, a popular addition at weddings, festivals and private parties.
Local Food Surrey says
The Wood Fired Larder’s teardrop oven really is a thing of beauty. It instantly catches the eye at events.
It’s not a case of style over substance here either though, as they have a proven track record of producing delicious food on the go since 2016. Ones to watch - and book in at your event soon.
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