The Sustainable Food Story: Supperclub connecting diners to the origins of food

Journeying around the world through food, The Sustainable Food Story is a roving supperclub that aims to connect diners to the origins of food.

The concept for the supperclub came about when farmer and scientist, Abi Aspen Glencross, and eco-chef Sadhbh Moore met over a shared interest for future food and farming.

The roaming supperclub aims to tell stories about the origins of food and what it means to grow, source and eat food sustainably, in a fun and delicious way.

The Sustainable Food Story say: “We are a foragers, chefs, bakers, scientists and storytellers who believe that we can go so much further than farm-to-fork. We grow our own produce or create close relationships with our producers; we utilise surplus and underutilised goods; forage in our edible surroundings, demystify and discuss food and farming issues through stories.”

Co-founder Sadhbh Moore, who is a chef at the Skip Garden, will be heading to London’s Borough Market for a Demo Kitchen today (Friday 27 July 2018) from 1-2.30pm, where she will speak about sustainability, problems facing farmers today, surplus food, foraging and why everyone can go so much further than just focusing on farm-to-fork.

She will also be offering recipes, tips and tastings, with a menu including a variation on Achard de legumes (Mauritian slaw), seasonal veg fritto misto, homemade fermented yellow tomato sauce, and goat milk and sorrel (or basil) panna cotta with charred strawberries.

To find out where The Sustainable Food Story supperclubs will be popping up around the UK, check their website.

The Sustainable Food Story

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief @rosamedea

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