Food news: Deli on the doorstep is back

A deli on the doorstep which drew in more than 1,000 people to Kelham Island is to be repeated this month.

Thursday, 2nd March 2017, 8:59 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:07 am

Ball Street Deli, which launched last year, aims to take producers and produce to the increasingly popular area - and also featured live cooking from The Milestone, plus drinks and a flea market. It will be held again on Sunday March 26, with more stalls.

Brunch in country style

Flaked mackerel and chargrilled aubergine rolls; duck eggs with truffle oil and flat mushroom and Y Fenni Welsh rarebit are on a brand new brunch menu unveiled at the Flying Childers restaurant, at Chatsworth.

There is also a choice of fizz and cocktails.

Alun Roberts, executive chef at Chatsworth, said: “Flying Childers is such a stunning restaurant, an oasis of tranquillity at Chatsworth. It’s the perfect place to enjoy brunch and I wanted to create a menu to reflect the exquisite surroundings.”

A taste of Cuba - in Sharrow

Latin food and cocktails will be served at a special Cuban food night at Regather’s next supper club tomorrow, March 10. Tickets cost £25.

Plenty of pie to go around

It’s British Pie Week, and True North venues in Sheffield have special creations to celebrate. Filling competitions and cut-price offers are available, while The Riverside is serving pies themed around nations to coincide with the Six Nations until March 18.

See page 36 for a show-stopping pie recipe from the Seven Hills WI.