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Third Season Food presents ‘VEG HEADS #1’, a communal feasting experience, Saturday 22nd June 2019, from 7pm until 9.45pm

Third Season Food will be returning to Cardamom & Dill with his delicious modern vegetarian cooking using local, organic produce. Working closely with local producers, suppliers and businesses, he aims to create memorable food experiences, rooted in a connection to place, season and to the wider community.

I take inspiration from a wide variety of cuisines, but always aim to showcase the ingredients in a simple and thoughtful way.  The food for my pop-ups at Cardamom and Dill is designed to be shared. I want to create a friendly, welcoming atmosphere where people can connect – both with the food and with each other“.

Next up is a cool communal feasting experience. Over a number of courses there will be large plates, small plates and sharing platters of seasonal vegetarian gorgeousness.

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Here’s his menu:

Cauliflower purée with pine kernels and chilli oil served with freshly made flatbreads

Roast beetroot with walnuts, whipped feta and a herb dressing

Roast new potatoes, spicy tomato sauce, slow-roasted tomatoes and pickles

Homedods beans, spring greens, garlic, fennel seeds and pecorino

Pea and mint croquettes with a yoghurt sauce

Fresh and zingy sesame slaw with tahini and garlic dressing

Orange and polenta cake with rhubarb and star anise-infused whipped cream

This menu is subject to slight change according to what is available at the time.

The price is £30 per head excluding drinks. Tickets will be limited and a deposit of £15 is payable upon booking. This is not refundable. 

To book please email Ian at

Future dates are:

Friday 19th July
Saturday 17th August
Friday 27th September

‘Bistro on a Bike’ presents an exclusive summer dining experience, Saturday 6 July, from 7pm until 9.45pm

Having spent his career working in restaurants that focus on a variety of cultural cuisines, earlier this year Freddie from ‘Bistro on a Bike’ made the decision so follow his own culinary heart by creating real food using beautiful local ingredients to deliver clean and delicious flavours. ‘Bistro on a Bike’ is a low carbon food business. Everything on his menu is prepared freshly on the day with the support of his lovely Mum, Imelda. The two of them use their garden to grow a large variety of organic herbs which they use in their cooking to provide contrasting combinations of flavour, texture and colour.

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Here’s his menu:

Cucumber bites topped with roasted chickpeas and a zingy guacamole (pictured above)

Gazpacho with freshly baked garden herb focaccia 

Artichoke and wild mushroom pie featuring a pastry made from Holgate Windmill flour with toasted spinach, pine kernels, raisins and sherry vinegar

Baby new potatoes topped with a fresh garden parsley butter

The most sensational tiramisu you can ever hope to experience (according to Kiki)

The price is £30 per head excluding drinks. Tickets will be limited and a deposit of £15 is payable upon booking. This is not refundable.

To book, please contact me or email Freddie at

The ‘Feeding the Rest’ Arabic brunch, Sunday 7th July, first sitting from 10am

Friday is Sunday in the Middle East, the day that everyone gathers together for a long lazy brunch. We look forward to welcoming back ‘Feeding the Rest‘ to host her authentic Arabic-style brunch. There’s nothing more relaxing than waking up to the smell of freshly-baked bread and shai (Arabic tea) with the sun streaming in and the french doors flung open to the sounds and tastes of summer.

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Here’s her menu:

Cheese and labneh morning rolls
Ojja, a Palestinian-style omelette
Mtabbal, a roasted aubergine and walnut dip
Za’atar w zeit
Halawa and honey
Khubz bread
Iraqi tea

The price is £20 excluding drinks (but including tea). To book, please contact me or email Megan at

‘The Wilde’ floral workshop and lunch Thursday 18th July, from 11am

Celebrate the bountiful joys for summer by creating a delicious hand tied bouquet of locally grown seasonal flowers. Kirsty, founder of Floral Designers The Wilde will guide you through the meditative and creatively indulgent process – discussing colour, form and texture. You will leave with a glorious arrangement in your newly awoken floral style.

Flowers and Pumps

The price is £60 per person and includes all materials and one of my classic tasting plates. Please contact me or Kirsty direct (via her website) to secure your tickets. Full payment (non refundable) is required at the time of booking. This would make the perfect gift for your favourite person.

Vics Smith Cooks presents her ‘Summer Garden’ Supper Club, Saturday 20 July, 7pm until 9.45pm

My lovely friend Vics lives in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales where she has been a private chef for the last two years. During her career she has worked for a cookery school in Umbria, Italy; managed a West London brewery; run a Richmond-based deli; managed a national bar chain and she’s even had her own on-line subscription jam business. Like me, she is a self-taught, curious and instinctive cook, very much influenced by the gardening year and country seasons.


This month’s menu is inspired by Vics’ love of Spain – specifically Andalusia – and by a Welsh chef who now has a very successful restaurant in Valencia. She plans to use the seasonal ingredients that are available to her from the garden to create a cornucopia of light and healthy dishes that are perfect for the warm days of summer. Here’s what she is creating for you.

Chilled cucumber and borage soup with herb oil and toasted almonds

Rainbow chard-stuffed globe artichoke

A pea, broad bean and marjoram tortilla

Grains, courgette, fennel and lemon salad

Catalonian flatbread topped with pine kernels and thyme

Picante yoghurt, roast red pepper and maltaise sauce

Marinated summer garden berries, ricotta poppy seed cream, honey, oat and nut crumb

Lemon verbena drizzle cake with Rounton coffee or Moroccan mint tea

The price is £30 per person excluding additional drinks. Tickets will be limited and a deposit of £15 is payable upon booking. This is not refundable.

To book, please contact me or email Vics at

The ‘Here be Monsteras’ ceramic hanging planter workshop and candlelit taverna-style dinner, Thursday 8th August, from 6pm until around 9.30pm

Join us for an artistic evening of ceramic painting on a gorgeous handmade hanging planter. Kayti from Here Be Monsteras pottery will lead the workshop sharing with you various techniques for decorating a stoneware pot in your unique style which, after firing, will provide a gorgeous addition to your home. The process is wonderfully relaxing and the result can be as abstract and colourful as you like so it’s a perfect event for all artistic abilities. Following the workshop we will host a taverna-style supper for you and your new friends.

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Places are limited to just 14 guests and the price is £50 per person. This includes all materials and the classic taverna-style ‘Cardamom and Dill Tasting Plate’.

Please contact me to secure your tickets. Full payment (non refundable) is required at the time of booking.

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