To do them right, all it takes is a little dough.
And the people behind the Severn Sisters Feast have got the recipe pretty much perfect. Having launched the Feast last year in Bristol (hence ‘Severn’) to riotous applause, they’re bringing the concept to Borough Market with an all-new lineup of 11 of the nation’s finest all-female chefs (hence ‘Sisters’) – and all the profits will do directly to Action Against Hunger.
The stellar lineup includes talent like Zoe Adjonyoh from Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen; Romy Gill from the vaunted Romy’s Kitchen (and Masterchef judge), award-winning cookbook writer Olia Hercules, and Kino Vino’s own Alissa Timoshkina. They’ll all be contributing to,
After a prosecco reception there’ll be canapés and a three course meal, giving you a chance to try eight dishes in all, ranging from tamarind-stuffed chillies with a sweet & sour chutney; to beef cheek ragu with guanciale & root vegetables; to slow-roasted pumpkin with crispy cavelo Nero and hazelnuts, and more. Which brings us to,
Not only will there be a veritable banquet on offer, but Mina Holland of The Guardian will host the entire evening, and the night’s charity raffle competition will be presented by Kate Hamilton of Suitcase Magazine. Annnnd, because the UK government is sometimes quite cool, they’ll be matching your donation, and effectively doubling it.
Which is nice.
NOTE: The Severn Sisters Feast will take place on the 4th of October at Borough Market. You can find out more, and get your tickets right HERE.
If you like Borough Market… you need to check out Mercato Metropolitano.