This Month’s Five Foodie Must-haves

02
Jun
2021
Wandersups

We are very happy to announce, we have partnered with Velvet Magazine, the leading Cambridge lifestyle magazine. Each month Velvet Magazine will share with us their round up of hot picks and foodie recommendations.

This month’s five foodie must-haves, brought to you by Velvet Magazine.

Cosycampsmore

Photo credit : Cosycampsmore

1. Order It

A Stateside campfire staple, the s’more takes its name from ‘some more’. Which says it all really. A biscuit sandwich filled with toasted marshmallow and just-starting-to-melt chocolate, the variations are endless: topped or chipped biscuits, flavoured chocolates, a sneaky swipe of Nutella. . . Someone who’s perfected the process is Asher-Marie Cater, founder of new Cambridge brand Cosy Camp S’mores. Her at-home kits – complete with non-toxic smokeless burner which can be used indoors or outdoors – are fun to use, delicious to eat and can be ordered for direct delivery.

Take a look at the website:  cosycampsmore.bigcartel.com

 

Hannah Gregory.wandersups

Photo Credit : Hannah Gregory

2. Book It

Beach holiday been cancelled? You can take a trip to Mexico without leaving home turf this month thanks to Hannah Gregory – Suffolk MasterChef contestant and Velvet food columnist – whose WanderSups supper club is popping up at Cambridge Cookery on June 12. The menu (welcome cocktail/mocktail, three courses, tasty little extras) is inspired by the cuisine of the Yucatan peninsula, so expect plenty of colour, flavour and carnival vibes. Tickets, priced £55 each, are selling like Hannah’s signature tacos – FYI Gregg Wallace described her food as “nothing short of genius” – but if you miss out, she’s back at Cambridge Cookery in July, too.

Book online : wandersups.com/future-sups

 

Newmarket Food & drink Festival_

Photo credit : Newmarket Food & Drink Festival Instagram @nktfoodanddrink

3. Diary It

After 2020’s event was inevitably cancelled by Covid, Newmarket Food & Drink Festival is back for 2021 – with live demos from celebrity chefs, a showcase of cuisine and produce from across East Anglia and an historic new venue, the famed Jockey Club Rooms. Tristan Welch, of Saturday Kitchen and Cambridge’s Parker’s Tavern, and Rosemary Shrager, of Soapstar Superchef and Ladette to Lady, will be topping the bill at the in-the-flesh event, running September 11 to 12. In addition, organisers plan to host more than 60 artisan producers from across the region, along with a selection of bars, live music and family entertainment.

Follow on Insta : @nktfoodanddrink

 

The Orator Cambridge

Photo Credit : The Orator

4. Visit It

By the time you read this, The Orator – the new bar and brasserie housed in Cambridge Union’s £3.4 million redevelopment – will have opened its doors. In honour of the Union which, founded in 1815, is the oldest debating society in the world, the all-day menu, running from breakfast and brunch through lunch to drinks and cocktails, takes a debating theme, naming dishes and drinks after the famous faces who’ve spoken in the chamber (and now hang on the venue’s walls).

Discover more : The Orator

 

Fairfields-Farm-Crisps

Photo Credit : Fairfields Farm Crisps

5. Subscribe It

Famed for its on-farm crisp making enterprise, which uses homegrown spuds and 100% renewable energy, Fairfields Farm in Essex has launched a subscription service so you can get both potatoes and crisps delivered direct to the door. The mixed Potato & Crisp Box contains a whopping 26 servings of baking, roasting, chipping and baby potatoes, plus eight 150g bags of crisps in your chosen flavours, all for £35 per month. Each box also comes with recipe cards and potato variety guides to help you make the tastiest chips, mash and roasties. There’s a pick-n-mix crisps-only subscription available too, offering either eight 150g bags or 24 40g bags for £22.

Take a look at the offers : fairfieldsfarmcrisps.co.uk

 

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