Join FoodCycle, Forgotten Feast and eco-chef Tom Hunt for a truly mouthwatering culinary experience at their pop-up restaurant, opening at the marvelous Fleet River Bakery between June 21-24.
Food poverty pioneers and friends of A Good Week FoodCycle have teamed up with Forgotten Feast to put on a four-day pop-up dining experience celebrating unwanted and unloved foods. From wild and foraged ingredients to misshapen vegetables and cuts of meat that have fallen out of both fashion and favor, this meal will be a true culinary adventure for epicureans and foodies alike.
20 million tonnes of food is wasted every single year, which is, quite frankly, inexcusable when so many people are blighted by food poverty and social isolation. Buying tickets to The Forgotten Feast will enable food waste pioneers and activists to continue to do something about it, whilst being fed a delicious, slap-up dinner. Earlybird tickets are now on sale for just £30 and all proceeds from the event will go to FoodCycle and towards future Forgotten Feast events, allowing them to continue their work bringing food impoverished people together for nutritious community meals. But be quick, tickets are selling like hot (but misshapen) cakes.