14 November 2011

Pass The Plate(s)

Further to the previous post, things are steaming ahead. We're collecting more signed books for the raffle (details to follow when we get our mitts on 'em all), The Observer Food Monthly have donated a huge pile of recent review copies and The Coach and Horses have announced a special menu for during the event. 
 
At £1.85
 
Homemade black pudding sausage roll
The C & H cheese straws
Cashel Blue arancini
Crostini of chicken liver parfait with hazelnuts

At £3.65
 
Cured salmon, potato and dill salad, sweet mustard
The C & H Scotch egg
Heritage pumpkin & sunflower seed salad, Swaledale cream dressing

At £5.50
 
Cockles mariniere
Proper salt beef sandwich with pickles
Gnocchi a la pomadoro
Ox cheek, mash & red cabbage
 
Bargains, one and all, right? Plus EVERY PENNY, not just the profit, goes to the NSPCC. Eat, drink, help a charity and pick up some book bargains. That's got to be worth a look, hasn't it?

4 comments:

Kris said...

A good cause and a black pudding sausage roll! What else can you ask for? Other than not going to Dusseldorf for the weekend for a few gluhweins!

Have to catch your next delicious slice of altruism.

Wonder food blog said...

£3.65 for salmon, potato and dill salad sounds good.

Phil @ Saltpig Canteen said...

NSPCC is a great cause, more power to you.

Another good cause is black pudding and slow cooked Ox cheeks which have been causing my waistline to expand but non-the-less I'm now moved to have an Ox cheek stew this weekend and I might just have to try making those black pudding sausage rolls.

I hope it was all a huge success on the evening.

Northbysudouest said...

black pudding sausage roll sounds pretty fit! You might like my forthcoming blog post on the french version of black pudding known as boudin noir. Its all a bit gory in production but the end product is well worth it.

here is the link...

http://northbysudouest.blogspot.com/