London Food Link are inviting supporters of locally grown and made food to feast on the finest of London’s local larder at their fundraising dinner, hosted at the Clerkenwell Kitchen on Thursday 30 March.
This unique supper club, hosted at an intimate venue in the heart of Clerkenwell, will feature four sumptuous courses prepared by Oliver Rowe, who recently published Food for All Seasons. Oliver, well known for his locally sourcing venture – Konstam – will create a feast using London Food Link’s bespoke network of small, local suppliers with a welcome drink on arrival and an option for expertly paired wine with each course, chosen by Vintage Roots.
Sheila Dillon from BBC Radio 4’s will be the special guest on the night, sharing her thoughts and insights around food, drawn from her experiences which include presenting the Food Programme, as well as London resident. There will be exclusive prizes and one-off experiences up for grabs in our raffle and auction, again drawn from London Food Link’s exclusive 'little black book' of London’s best food producers.
Proceeds raised on the night will be vital in supporting the work of London Food Link, part of charity Sustain, in the capital with focuses on start-up and small enterprises, community food projects as well as influencing local authorities and larger caterers to adopt good food practices. It will also launch a crowdfunding campaign to secure the future of The Jellied Eel, our FREE magazine featuring the best of London’s ethical eating scene, including development of new digital services.
Published 27 Jan 2017
London Food Link: This is the umbrella for all of Sustain's initiatives in London. Our work includes helping to influence local government policy, hands-on food growing training, running sessions for public sector caterers, creating guidance for independent eateries and food producers, public awareness campaigns, and joining the dots between people around specific food issues. The LFL supporter network is open to everyone who grows, produces, teaches, peddles, promotes and simply enjoys good food in the capital.
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