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.
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.