Asian, British, Polish, African and whatever you’re bringing to the pot…

Please join us for the first of a series of spring wild food walks and feasts to celebrate the rejuvenation of the Elam Street space, orchestrated by Embrace, the launch of the Street Food book and the beginning of spring.

In the first session on Saturday March 29 from 11am until 2pm we are cooking up the Japanese new year dish Nana-kusa-gayu, cos the equinox is kind of like the new year, isn’t it?

Learn to identify wild spring herbs and flowers, spend some time in nature, meet some local people, talk while you walk, and bring all your knowledge, memories and curiosity.

We will finish the walk with some outdoor cooking and some wild food tasting. Please bring some food to contribute to the feast. This walk will enable you to see your natural environment in a different way, recognising potential food sources in the green spaces around you. The walks are like a treasure hunt, so you have got to keep your eyes peeled!

Dates:

Saturday 29th March 11am – 2pm. Focus on East Asian food

Saturday 19th April 11am – 2pm. Focus on UK and Irish food

Saturday 17th May 11am – 2pm. Focus on East European food

Saturday 14th June 11am- 2pm. Focus on African food

Meet in Loughborough Park, Brixton, London SW9 8TP, by the Mulberry tree at 11am. This is situated on the Loughborough Park Road side of the park and is on the left hand side of the path.

We will walk through Wyck Gardens and the new Loughborough Farm and we will end up at Elam Street (opposite the Grove Adventure playground) to cook. We will be finished by 2pm.

Please come prepared for all weathers and to stay outside for three hours.

Bring: plate, bowl and knife, fork and spoon to save on disposables; drinks to sustain you; and extra food to contribute to the feast

Please book a place with John John.C@oneplanetventures.orgĀ or visit: http://www.ceribuckmaster.co.uk/street-food-walks-and-feasts.html

 

 

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