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Seared pollock in tomato and tamarind sauce

Brunch Frittata

Lamb Hot Pot

Shakshuka

Roasted saddle of rabbit risotto

Sticky pork salad

Mexican mushroom wraps

Summer vegetable garden

Q Pie

Rutabaga vegan curry

Butternut squash curry

Garden beetroot terrine & horseradish sorbet

Local Apple Daiquiri

Burrata, wild garlic, lentils

Akuri

Spiced Cauliflower Soup

Kedgeree (Kedgefree)

Butternut squash curry

Salad from artisan farmers

Carrot dog

Cookery School at Little Portland Street’s delicious mushroom pate

Pear Café frittata

Creedy Carver Chicken pie

Gingerella Mule

Karma Cola cake

Get rooted

Tangled butternut buddha bowl

Spiced chickpea, spinach & feta cheese frittata

Dillisk broccoli & carrot pattie with poached free range egg

Spicy panch phoron sabzi

Butternut squash curry

Seasonal vegetables Borek with Salsa Verde

Scallop cerviche with tigers milk

Ensalada de quinoa

Purple sprouting broccoli soup with almond & chilli pesto

Choco smoothie bowl

Wellington burger

Kale & carrot top pesto

Butternut Squash Curry

Fillet of hake

Butternut squash curry

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MORE VEG: Putting veggies in the limelight and shifting meat to the sideline is better for both our health and the planet, helping to cut carbon and save our precious resources.

WASTE NO FOOD: Did you know one-third of all food produced is wasted? Repurposing would-be food waste in a creative way is key to contributing to a better food future.

LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT: A low-carbon recipe uses ingredients that don’t require a lot of resources to produce, helping to conserve our earth’s natural reserves.

CELEBRATE LOCAL: By using locally sourced produce and cutting food miles, we can protect the environment and support our local economies. 

SOURCE FISH SUSTAINABLY: Sourcing fish responsibly keeps our oceans healthy for years to come. With 90% of fish stocks over-fished, keep the balance by using fish from sustainable sources.

BETTER MEAT: The ready availability of cheap meat poses not only moral and ethical questions but also a huge environmental threat. Limiting the meat you eat to high-welfare is a great place to start.

 

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Celebrates local
Celebrates local
Features more veg
Features more veg
Has a low carbon footprint
Has a low carbon footprint
Includes better meat
Includes better meat
Sources fish sustainably
Sources fish sustainably
Wastes no food
Wastes no food