Everyone knows that Sundays are all about a proper-good-roast dinner – which is where Michellin starred chef Josh Eggleton and his Pony & Trap team from Chew Magna stepped in – with their three course rolling roasts, using food that would otherwise be wasted.
At Shambala this year, we invited you to book yourself into the Garden O’ Feeden for one of our nightly supper clubs – celebrating plant-based eating in all it’s glory.
Friday night saw Bristol’s Food and Theatre Company’s Food Journeys Feast take us all on a culinary journey – half dinner party, half game show. An interactive comedy extravaganza where we celebrated the producers and the makers of food. The only gameshow where you get spin the wheel for starters or press the buzzer for dessert.
On Saturday night, diners were in the capable, culinary hands of Cardiff restaurant, Milgi whopromote a slow living lifestyle and a connection back to nature through nourishing food. Their delicious wild feast was inspired by small batch foraging, pickling, fermenting and storing – this supper club reflected the true essence of plant based eating.
Stay tuned to find out who’ll be cooking up a storm in the Garden O’ Feeden kitchen next year!