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Selfridges' Meet the Makers is back with foraged food dinners and more

Selfridges' Meet the Makers is back with foraged food dinners and more

For a second year, Selfridges Food Hall (something we're quite addicted to here at Hot Dinners) has launched Meet the Makers, where they showcase 12 artisan producers and it's all backed by some very interesting dinners too.

Those included are:

  • Wild Food by MASH: This sounds very interesting, MASH provide foraged food for restaurants worldwide and this is the first time they'll be packaging it up. 
  • Newton and Pott jams and Chutneys: We absolutely  LOVE the Tamarillo Chutney from them. 
  • Ban Poitin - properly manufactured (and beautiful looking) bottles of the deadly stuff from Ireland.
  • Beri Da - vinegars and chutneys from Wales using handpicked Aronia berries.
  • Eat Chic - high end peanut butter cups, including roasted almond butter, hazelnut butter or cashew butter.
  • Canesmith & co - gourmet sweets including Beer & Peanut Caramels
  • The Marshmallowist - well known from many street food markets, many flavoured marshmallows
  • Cheeky Food co - Indian chutneys and more based on family recipes.
  • Brock and Morten - a family run British Rapeseed Oil business.
  • Grubworkz - chilled foods produced sous vide style
  • Mons Cheeses - originally founded in France - this is the British arm of the cheesemakers
  • Mighty Bee - London basedd ans the first to produce cold pressed coconut water from raw and completely untouched virgin varieties.
  • Moral Fiber - healthy ingredients from Hertfordshire, including savoury bites made from courgettes and peppers.
  • The Chocolatier - a fusion of eastern spices and western influences, including rose and cinnamon ganache and chilli and lime truffle.

Head down to the stores now to try them all out - but  that's not all - as they have a number of special dinners lined up to showcase food produced from National Trust farms.

  • 9th September: Mark Moriarty hosts Best of Ireland Dinner in Selfridges Corner Restaurant.
  • 14th September: Lee Westcott, Head Chef at the Typing Room hosts six course dinner created from foraged ingredients in Selfridges Corner Restaurant.
  • 15th September: Glenmorangie dinner with Steven Ellis hosts a dinner pairing whiskeys to carefully selected dishes.
  • 21st - 22nd September: Q&A with Clare Smyth, Daniel Clifford, Phil Howard and Alyn Williams
  • 27th September: James Lowe,  Head Chef at Lyle's hosts a four course dinner created from foraged ingredients in Selfridges Corner Restaurant..
  • 28th September: Lottie Muir - The Cocktail Gardener hosts a Cocktail Masterclass.

And you can book all of those events now.

To find out more abour these events and when you can book, follow them on Twitter @selfridgesfood

 

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