This weekend we will be rolling up alongside Bhangra Burger, Fish dog, donostia social club and wondering wine to feed hungry primrose hill-goers. come join the fun. they say the sun might come out too…
rainbo street food
It’s only a month to go until KERB’s first Saturday market in Granary Square, King’s Cross, and we are getting quite excited. It also coincides with the emergence of a handful of new weekend street food and produce markets popping up around London – an important and inspiring movement that brings local residents and groups together to enjoy eating and shopping the way it used to be. Should you so desire, you can read all about it in my latest HuffPost blog, here.
A couple of weeks ago we joined fellow kerb members Anna Mae’s, Mussel Men and Ambriento at the annual Sightsavers clay pigeon shoot at Hilldrop Farm near Newbury. Held in aid of the sight-giving charity, the annual thousand-people extravaganza starts with a giant clay pigeon shoot (or mind blowing falconry for the kids) and ends with an equally giant party and auction. We plied many hungry fluoro-themed guests with steaming hot gyoza and had a ball.
It was also Anna Mae’s first event in her brand spanking new gold-on-wheels van and we were equally privileged to be part of that: retro GMC kitsch to make Baz Luhrmann green with envy.