More food news. This is a new event and it’s on Saturday 14th September at The Foresters ‘and is showcasing restaurants and specialist food sellers in and around Northfields and West Ealing
It will be in the garden at the Forester Pub in Northfields from 3.30-9.30pm. A variety of local restaurants and food specialists will be offering samples of their delicious food.
Taster Tokens will be available on the day for £5 for five tokens. We would love to see you there!’
I hope it goes well and anything that helps establish West Ealing and Northfields as good places to shop for food and eat can only help the local economy.
We’ve had a bumper crop of Marjorie Seedling plums this year. Other plum varieties seem to have suffered from last frosts but our tree is fairly well protected so must have avoided the late frosts which hit the blossom and stop any fruit developing. So, it’s been a busy weekend cutting up plums and making jam. The jam has an added ingredient to give it a little bit of a special taste -star anise. I’ve tried it and its delicious – a slightly sharp edge to the plums with a hint of aniseed.
It will be on sale at the SoundBite Festival on 21st September along with blackberry jam, elderflower cordial, lemon and elderflower marmalade and more.
For all the latest on SoundBite – stalls, bands, children’s entertainment, food follow the SoundBite Facebook page
This year we’ve managed to raise additional sponsorship to add Dean Gardens as a venue to our previous Famliy Day events. As a result, we’ve been able to expand the whole eent in to the West Ealing SoundBite Festival. The centrepiece will be a range of hot and cold food and community stalls and live music in Dean Gardens. There’s mush more to it than this but just as a taster two of the bans playing in Dean Gardens are the
Bollywood Brass Band
Tankus the Henge
Follow SoundBite on its Facebook page to keep up to date with all the activities and events being planned for September 21st