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Appetite:

1-30 June 2013

30 days of mouthwatering food events:

supper clubs l exhibitions l edible art l artisan foods l pop-up cafĂŠs l feasts, ancient & modern l fairytale teas l food trail & guided walks l community food initiatives l beer & wine tasting l real ale festival l demonstrations l workshops l local producers l poetry & music l

Festival of Food, Drink & Art www.appetitefestival.co.uk Venues across Walthamstow, Leyton, Leytonstone & Chingford


Tuck in! A very warm welcome to... An exquisite opportunity to dine out, meet new people and celebrate with your friends strawberries so you won’t miss the tennis. iving in London we can experience food I’ve discovered so many enterprising initiafrom all around the world, and you should tives on offer right on our doorstep including; a expect nothing less of Appetite. You are butcher’s in Waltham Forest College, a craft brewery invited to sample home cooking with many cultural influences; eat in chef ’s own in Walthamstow and micro dairy in Tottenham. Ironically, being too busy to shop or eat much while kitchens and gardens; feast as an ancient working on Appetite, I’ve been sustained on a diet of Greek, Roman or Tudor would have feasted; be gozleme (a Turkish pancake) made in the window of entertained by music, poetry and readings as the a Turkish bakery in St James Street, Walthamstow perfect digestive accompaniment – this festival has near our office. Discover such mouthwatering offers all the ingredients to satisfy every taste. Over 250 for yourself on the Walthamstow Food Trail, or join local individuals and small businesses have been one of the guided food walks though North Chingbusy crafting exceptional food and arts events for you to choose from. Each an exquisite opportunity to ford and Walthamstow and enjoy savouring someone else’s tasty recommendations. Or rest your feet meet new people and celebrate with your friends. and find a selection of handpicked local businesses Appetite is served with generous helpings of art under one roof: Auntie Maureen has foraged including illustration, printmaking, photogfor artisans, local producers and growers raphy, creative writing and an edible art and curated a Gourmet Food Fair. installation. Some diners will enjoy Taste Cuisine The Appetite Festival is brought live musical accompaniment, artist From: to you by very creative people illustrated menus, workshops l Palestine l Pakistan from across Waltham Forest and or an invitation to take part l Goa l Hungary a peppering of those from just in painting a new mural. Cut l Ecuador l China beyond the borders. Planning out and keep Robert M Ball’s l Italy l Sweden Appetite for June, I imagined the illustration of the fresh produce great British summer, enjoying sold in our streets and markets, l Morocco eating outside, strawberries and the original prints of this and l Waltham Forest cream, crunchy salads and ice cold other work are available from E17 beer. When the festival was announced Art House. And pick up unique hand I was overwhelmed by the responses to the printed Appetite merchandise created by invitation to take part, and excited by the range and the Inky Cuttlefish Studios sold in support of talent of food inspired projects happening in this the festival. borough. Putting together the programme has been Organisations and local community food projects a tantalising exercise for the palate. I’m sure you will are raising awareness of their campaigns with enjoy all that is on offer throughout the month of thought-provoking events and engaging food demJune. Bon appetite! onstrations. Eat or Heat host a fête complete with Laura Kerry, Artillery lashings of cake, art auction, time travel courtesy of the Walthamstow School for Girls Landgirls serving With special thanks to the Appetite Festival team: up the ration book fayre, and creative fundraising Jo Sealy, Auntie Maureen, Kerrie Ahern and John initiatives cooked up by Whitefield School. Little people with an appetite for books and cakes Devolle. are invited to fairytale tea parties in libraries all over l Artillery is an independent artist led Waltham Forest. All the family can visit the organic organisation and the creative team behind food growing cooperative at Hawkwood allotments the E17 Art Trail. www.artillery.org.uk in Chingford, or help pilot a new café project in Sidmouth Park, Leyton which even promises TV and l Design by John Devolle www.clear-as-mud.co.uk

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CLEAR AS MUD Acknowledgements: Anna Alcock, Auntie Maureen, Caramel Quin, Carole Davies, Doreen Joy Barber, Georgie Knight, Hassan E Vawda, Jale ‘Charlie’ Avcil, Jo Sealy, Joanna Moncrieff, John Devolle, Julia Spicer, Kerrie Ahern, Lucy Scott, Morag McGuire, Nicola Smith, Paul Tucker, Richie Turnbull, Robert M Ball, Sarah Hardy, Students on BA Hons Events Management at UEL

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Edible Art Doreen Joy Barber takes a look into Sarah Hardy’s curiously consumable world If you’ve paid attention to quirky cake-based phenomena in London within the past year, you may have seen an interesting edible piece crafted by Walthamstow’s Sarah Hardy and not even realized it. Did you catch the gory chocolate heart at this year’s Anatomical Heart Valentine’s Day Pop-Up? How about the shellshaped spongecake at Tate & Lyle Tasting House in Soho? Or perhaps the grisly murder scene rendered entirely in cake and chocolate to promote the DVD release of The Helpers horror film -its decapitated head of orange drizzle cake featuring on the Jonathan Ross show? Even Hardy’s family fabrications can be cringe-inducing, like the Christmas cake that resembled a raw turkey. Hardy studied sculpture and spent fifteen years in art and model-making, constructing props for museums, shop windows and television shows prior to starting her career in cake artistry three years ago. With these artistic skill-sets, combined with her unique creativity, Hardy won the Professional Cake Decorating Category at The Cake & Bake Show in 2012, where she met Miss Cakehead, one of the judges and the founder of Eat Your Heart Out, a collective of food artists. Through this group, Hardy has collaborated with several other artists and bakers, including Chris Verraes of Cake

for Breakfast. With Verraes, she has formed Boy Eats Bug, a soon-to-belaunched cadre of confectionary that will produce an array of chocolate specimens inspired from nature. These fantastic chocolate insects will be on display in Walthamstow’s Vestry House Museum, where the Victorian Parlour transforms into “Darwin’s Parlour,” a delectable homage to the living world. Appetite attendees will be happy to know the chocolate creepy-crawlies will also be available for purchase. Chocolate is a new material for Hardy as a cake and confection artist and designer, but one she has been quick to master. Working with Eat Your Heart Out, Hardy cites it as “a great way for members to showcase their skills,” enjoying the affiliation with other talented food artists and getting niche technical advice in a pinch: “Oh my God! My vertebra is sticky!!” Hardy’s fantastic and macabre inventions have attracted a clientele of cake fanciers, including betrothed couples, television personalities and a rock n’ roll legend. Luckily, you don’t have to get hitched or sneak into a rock star’s shin-dig for a taste of Sarah Hardy’s creativity. Stunning examples of what Hardy can fabricate with sugar, icing, cake and other edible material can be seen on her website. Much of it features the tiered layers familiar to many a wedding, yet

you don’t have to get hitched or sneak into a rock star’s shin-dig for a taste of Sarah Hardy’s creativity


The Good Life

Grow your own – whether in a window box, garden or allotment – for the freshest, healthiest vegetables and zero food miles. By Caramel Quin

Hardy’s cakes posses more panache and elegance from an array of influences outside conventional bridal magazines and mediums. Working closely with her clients, Hardy develops bespoke cake creations for an array of events. Sarah Hardy’s fascination with and inspiration from the natural world is a reoccurring thread in her work. Her sugarcraft examples include intricate flowers, colourful birds, rotting fruit and insects. Hardy’s studio is home to a collection of highly detailed drawings of dragonflies and other multi-legged creatures, which she’s drawn from specimens donated by friends and clients. As she told me, musing over a cup of tea, “The dark bits and the light, fluffy bits—it’s all life.” Hardy has lived in Walthamstow for around eight years, and enthuses it as a place full of creative people “who do things,” as a wellconnected “village” to raise her two children in. Having children

prompted Hardy to shift from on-site model-making and propbuilding to an artistic outlet that allowed her to work from home. She remarked, “My mother ran an antiques business from our home, and that was an early example for me on how a home-based enterprise could work.” It was an experience she wanted to emulate in her own way with her own family, and as her cakes and confections capture the imaginations of foodies in London and beyond, Sarah Hardy feels lucky to be in her Walthamstow neighbourhood. And Walthamstow is lucky to have her. l Sarah Hardy: www.sarahhardy.co.uk facebook.com/SarahHardyCakes l Boy Eats Bug: boyeatsbug.co.uk l Doreen Joy Barber is a food and drink writer who infrequently blogs about such topics at TastyFever.com

rowing your own veg is about so much more than food. Even if you get a disappointing harvest (and last year’s weather certainly wasn’t kind) it’s healthy in other ways. And you don’t need an allotment, or tonnes of spare time, to get started. I go to the allotment and the rest of the world disappears. Time ceases to matter, despite the chimes from the town hall clock overlooking the plot. The healthiestlooking foxes you ever saw scamper past, bees make honey in the plot next door and millipedes curl away from my fingertips as I dig. And yet I don’t actually have an allotment plot. The waiting list at many local sites runs to years, so while waiting my turn I help a good friend with her plot. Many allotmenteers are happy to let a mate muck in. There’s holiday cover in the summer when everything needs watering once if not twice a day, digging and weeding, building and fixing. So I’m a willing apprentice, paid in fresh veg. I learned the basics of food-growing in my back garden, building raised vegetable beds with scaffold boards. I rang a local scaffolding yard and asked if they had any spare, broken boards and incredibly they gave me (and even delivered) a load of good ones for free. Raised beds are ideal for east London gardens because you can improve the soil by adding good quality compost on top. Weed and then dig over the existing soil spitdeep (as deep as a shovel), then put the new compost on top and let the worms gradually mix it all together for you. Highlights of my veg patch have been potatoes (my children dig them up like buried treasure), perpetual spinach (if I could grow only one vegetable, this would be it – healthy organic greens year-round with very little effort) and purple sprouting broccoli (a traditional allotment staple now rightly seen as a delicacy).

As a foodie, I must say more about home-grown spuds. Baby new potatoes can go from plot to plate in under 15 minutes – I guess they cook faster because they’re so plump and moist, fresh from the ground. The skins pop as you sink your teeth into them and they’re so tasty they only need a dot of butter and maybe some fresh herbs. If you don’t have a garden, start growing in window boxes and say goodbye to overpriced supermarket herbs. You can probably squeeze in some “cut and come again” lettuces too, which grow happily through the winter especially if you put a piece of horticultural fleece (a thin, white fabric) over them in the coldest weather. If you’re thinking of growing your own veg, consider putting your name down on the waiting list for your nearest allotment, see walthamforest.gov.uk. In a couple of years, when you get to the top, you’ll hopefully be ready to commit the time to it (you can always say no if you’re not). At a few pounds rent a month, allotments are cheap as chips but much healthier and tastier. Meanwhile grow at home, help a friend on their plot, or if a local friend doesn’t use their garden, ask if you can turn it into a mini allotment in return for a crop share. Or grow communally and learn skills from others as you go. OrganicLea is a workers’ cooperative growing food just north of Walthamstow and is always looking for volunteers. See organiclea.org.uk for details of their monthly open days and plant sales. However and wherever you decide to grow your food, you won’t regret it. I find it’s a calm, meditative space away from life’s business. I get a workout in the fresh air from all the digging. And last, but not, least I get healthy, cheap, seasonal, organic fresh food. And the food miles are more like food metres. Enjoy! l Caramel Quin www.gadgetgirl.co.uk

allotments are cheap as chips but much healthier and tastier

Photos from Higham Hill Common Allotments, images ©Paul Tucker, www.paultucker.co.uk

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25 Beulah Road, E17 9LG Free tasters are available to visitors with a festival programme from 2pm-6pm on the day of the food trail. PLEASE NOTE: participating venues will offer one specific food/ beverage sample to holders of the festival programme or map downloaded from the festival website. Only one sample per person. If demand is high some venues may run out of complimentary samples; we apologise in advance if this is the case.

22 Bromley Road, E17 4PS

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CHINGFOrD FOOD WALK Saturday 9 June, 2pm-4pm Discover Chingford’s food and drink history through its pubs, cafes and restaurants (some long gone, some still with us) with professional tour guide and local resident Joanna Moncrieff. Find out why the pub built as the railway hotel is nowhere near the station, where the 19th Century daytrippers to the Forest stopped for post-walk refreshments and hear about some of the unusual foods eaten during Tudor times at Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge. The walk takes place on Sunday 9th June to coincide with the monthly Farmers’ Market. This walk includes tasting stops along the way and lasts approximately 2 hours. Meeting point: outside Barclays Bank at the junction with Station Road & Willow Street, just by the Farmers’ Market - get there early to do some shopping before the walk! • Tickets £8. Limited spaces. Please book for the Food Walks via the Appetite Website www.appetitefestival.co.uk

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Disclaimer: Times, dates and venues were believed to be correct at the time of going to press, however, all events are subject to alteration or cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances. The majority of the events herein are the responsibility of persons or organisations other than Appetite Festival, and Artillery accepts no responsibility or liability for these. Please check www.appetitefestival.co.uk for latest information. The Festival is not responsible for the contents of external web sites - links to other web sites from our pages are provided purely for the convenience of the user. Under no circumstances can Artillery accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury, sustained by any member of the public visiting the Appetite Festival. © Artists retain copyright of original images.

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‘Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival The Nags Head Pub 9 Orford Road, Walthamstow E17 9LP - Step-free access Real ale festival, with local beers 020 8520 9709 FrEE • Saturday 1 June, 12pm-11pm • Sunday 2 June, 12pm-10.30pm • Monday 3 June, 12pm-11pm • Tuesday 4th June, 12pm-11pm • Wednesday 5th June, 12pm-11pm • Thursday 6th June, 12pm-11pm

1950s Vintage Baking tea Party: “Bake Like Jamie – Look like Betty”

Shop from Jamie Oliver’s gorgeous vintage “Betty” range of British kitchenware inspired by the brilliant baking ladies of the 1950s. Tea and cakes for sale, 50s music and fashions. ‘Virtual’ Jamie Oliver will demo a recipe. Discover how to throw your own Jamie At Home Party! NB This Jamie Oliver home party range of products is not available in the High Street. 07730 972733 annabelcolley@ntlworld.com. www.jamieathome.me/ annabelcolley FrEE but please phone or email to reserve as limited capacity. Kitchen & cookware items for sale from £10. Cash or cards taken for orders. Tea and cake for sale • Sunday 9 June, 2pm-6pm 51 Rectory Road, Walthamstow E17 3BG • Sunday 30 June, 2pm-6pm 44 West Avenue Rd, Walthamstow, E17 9SE

A Matter of Taste Pictorem Gallery, 383 Hoe Street, Walthamstow E17 9AP - Step-free access To complement Appetite, Pictorem Gallery and curatorial project, dolores rocket have teamed up to provide

food for thought (if not a feast for the eyes) with an exhibition of works selected from open submission. Participants were asked to respond to the title and whilst some have chosen a literal interpretation others have responded more obliquely. Whatever your taste it is hoped that there will be something by one of the twenty chosen artists that will appeal to you. Most works are for sale alongside carefully selected second hand art and cookery books. 020 8520 0340 www.pictoremgallery.com pictoremgallery@aol.com doloresrocket@btinternet.com www.facebook.com/DoloresRocket • Private View Friday 31 May, 7pm-9pm • Saturday 1 June to Saturday 29 June • Tuesday to Saturday 9am-5.30pm

Auntie Maureen’s Gourmet Food Fair The Bell Pub, 617 Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4NE - Step-free access This unique tasty take-away event celebrates the delicious products of independent home-makers, garden growers, artisan bakers, gourmet tasters, liqueur lovers and cook-your-own enthusiasts. A local market place with a flair for good food and drink; expect a feast of proud pop-up stalls from East London sharing their delicious wares and produce to taste, treat, buy and bestow. 07432 430386 ask@auntiemaureen.info www.auntiemaureen.info Email or ring to book a pitch. Entry on the day is £1 for everyone, children under 12 free • Saturday 29th June, 12pm–5pm

Vestry House Museum,Vestry Road, Walthamstow E17 9NH A Chocolate Cabinet of Curiosity by Boy Eats Bug. Boy Eats Bug is a confectionary company set up by food artists Chris Verreas & Sarah Hardy. Darwin’s Parlour is an installation of collectable chocolate beasts, hand crafted and highly realistic renderings of the natural world in chocolate. Confections for boys and girls with dirty knees. Opening event 1 June, 12pm-2pm Come and meet the artists and handle some of the creepy crawlies. Vestry House Museum 020 8496 4391 FrEE • Saturday 1 June-Sunday 30 June. Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5pm

Doucettes and Tortellettes: Food and entertainment for a Tudor celebration The Ancient House, Church Lane, Walthamstow E17 9RW - Step-free access In Tudor times a banquet was a treat course at the end of a meal, served alongside musical entertainment for the guests. The Ancient House, one of Walthamstow’s original manor houses, would have seen many such events. Join Clio’s Company, by kind invitation of Penny Fielding, at a celebration to welcome Sir Ralph Sadleir, who became Lord of Low Hall Manor in 1540. A unique opportunity to enjoy such delicacies as hippocras, marchpane and maids of honour in the specially decorated courtyard, listen to music of the time and discover something of life in Tudor Walthamstow. Book tickets via www.appetitefestival.co.uk - £11.25 per head in advance only - limited availability • Sunday 2 June, 3pm and 6.30pm

Eat or Heat Fête – Local charity offers chance to Appetite

win a masterpiece Quakers Meeting House, 1a Jewel Road, Walthamstow E17 4QU - Step-free access Enjoy a day of art, music & whole lot of scrumptious cake as local food bank Heat or Eat invites you to their June fundraising fete. Visitors could bag themselves a masterpiece in the silent auction with the chance to bid on work from local & international established and emerging artists. And after all the excitement of your bidding, you can de-stress and enjoy one of the mini massages or get involved in the Art bunting project by Whitefield’s School. Pop in and say hi or bring down a deckchair to make a day of it enjoying our refreshments and an afternoon of live music, but most of all if you can bring along a tin of food to contribute to our collection, you will be helping those in need too. A fundraiser for Eat or Heat, the E17 food bank. We are a non profit volunteer based food bank. We collect donated food and distribute it to those in need throughout Waltham Forest, via a referral system. www.eatorheat.org FrEE • Sunday 30 June, 12pm-4pm

Farmers’ Market Picnic Walthamstow Farmers’ Market, top of high street, near Central Library, Walthamstow E17 7JN - Step-free access Roll up, roll up! Come and pin the tail on the free range rare breed pig or sit in our deck chairs and watch Punch and Judy. There’s a hog roast, ice cream, and lots of lovely food to buy for a Farmers’ Market picnic. More info on our website www.lfm.org.uk 020 7833 0338 info@lfm.org.uk FrEE no booking required. We’ll be collecting voluntary donations for the London Orchard Project. • Sunday June 30th 10am-2pm

Happy Ever After Party Fairy-tale inspired snacks, activities and book giveaways at Waltham Forest Libraries. Celebrate National Bookstart Week with this magical under-5s event, because you’re never too young to enjoy a good story! 020 8496 3000 librarypromotions@ walthamforest.gov.uk

FrEE No booking required. Step-free access. • Wednesday 26 June, 10am-10.30am Sunday 30 June, 10.30am-11.30am Walthamstow Library, High Street, Walthamstow E17 7JN • Friday 28 June, 11am-12pm Higham Hill Library, North Countess Road Walthamstow E17 5HF • Wednesday 26 June, 10.30am-11am Lea Bridge Library, Lea Bridge Road, Leyton E10 7HU • Wednesday 26 June, 10.30am-11am Hale End Library, Castle Avenue, Highams Park E4 9QD • Wednesday 26 June, 11am-11.30am North Chingford Library, The Green, Chingford E4 7EN • Tuesday 25 June, 10.30am-11.30am Wood Street Library, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4AA • Monday 24 June, 10am-12noon Leytonstone Library, 6 Church Lane, Leytonstone E11 1HG • Monday 24 June, 10am-11am Leyton Library, High Road, Leyton, E10 5QH

La Wasterie Walthamstow Town Square, High Street, Walthamstow E17 7JN - Step-free access This is Rubbish supported by E17 Kitchen. Hungry for change? Drop into La Wasterie cafe to feast on industry food waste and glean insight into the world of edible excess. Dedicated to learning by doing, La Wasterie will be running a mouth-watering menu for both belly and mind. Playful activities and educational workshops in our open cafe will shed light on food chain surplus. From ‘all day brunch’ drop-in games to a more traditional ‘three course menu’ of workshops La Wasterie will satisfy a hunger for information and action. All sessions are free of charge so turn up and sample a menu of change and contribute to peoplepowered food waste prevention. www.thisisrubbish.org.uk www.e17kitchen.wordpress.com FrEE Saturday 22 June, 10am-4pm

La Wasterie Set Free Venue TBC, Central Walthamstow This is Rubbish & E17 Kitchen chefs bring you a feast from beyond the bin.* Healthy hearty food, storytelling, music and a pinch of policy change combine in this

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London via Naples, Beer and Pizza Party Flat 16A, Haroldstone Road, Walthamstow E17 7AW The Britalian Job brings you Napoli style pizzas, British ingredients matched with London brewed beer for a one-off special festival event. Join us in a Walthamstow garden with ‘Penelope’ our wood fired oven for specially chosen London beers with our freshly baked pizzas. The perfect recipe for a summer garden party. britalianjob@gmail.com www.britalianjob.wordpress.com Prices from £3. No need to book just pop along! • Saturday 22nd June, 1pm-4pm

Lucy Scott Traybakes Pop-up Shop 22 Bromley Road, Walthamstow E17 4PS I’ll be hosting a pop-up shop with lots of traybakes and florenteenies to taste and try and wrapped cakes and bags of florenteenies to buy. So come along and drink tea and coffee, sample the traybake selections and then treat yourself to some delicious cakes to take home. 07968 068817 lucy@lucyscotttraybakes.co.uk www.lucyscotttraybakes.co.uk • Saturday 1 June, 12pm-5pm • Friday 7 June, 10am-1pm • Sunday 23 June, 10am-1pm

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archway) Walthamstow E17 6DS Mashed Potato with Inky Cuttlefish: Exhibition opening Saturday 1st June. An art exhibition celebrating food, drink and taste as medium, subject matter and inspiration. info@inky-cuttlefish.co.uk • Saturday 1 June, 5pm-11pm • Saturday 8 / 15 / 22 / 29 June, 11am-5pm • Sunday 2 / 9 / 16 / 23 / 30 June, 11am-5pm

Mashed Potato: Kids Workshop Inky Cuttlefish Studios, 5 Blackhorse Lane (thru the archway) Walthamstow E17 6DS Children’s potato printing workshop at Inky Cuttlefish print studios. Free • Saturday 8 June, 3pm-5pm

Mashed Potato: Printing Demonstration ‘Working up an Appetite’ Printing Demonstration: We are very excited to also be offering free food-printing demonstrations in partnership with Appetite: 30 min demo • In conjunction with ‘Love Your High Street’ events. Dates & time TBC check www.appetitefestival.co.uk

Mashed Potato: Professional Screenprinting Workshop Inky Cuttlefish Studios, 5 Blackhorse Lane (thru the archway) Walthamstow E17 6DS Adult’s Screenprinting workshop at Inky Cuttlefish Print Studios learning the basics of screenprinting including exposing a screen and printing with foodstuff - perfect for teachers, parents, artists wanting to learn and play with food as a medium using our specialised printmaking equipment and studio. info@inky-cuttlefish.co.uk 4hr workshop, £50 • Wednesday 5 June, 10am-3pm

Norman Loves “Book Lunch” The House of Norman Love, 165 Belgrave Road, Walthamstow E17 8QF

On Sunday 9 June the Norman Loves Home Café will have its grand finale, hosting a “Book Lunch” to launch Walthamstow based poet and comedian Rob Auton’s newly published work ‘In Heaven The Onions Make You Laugh.’ He will be reading from and signing the book, and Norman Loves will be serving onions in every way they can think of! Kicks off at 1pm, tickets £12, includes food. Booking essential. normanlovessoup@gmail.com www.normanloves.com Book via website or email reservation essential. Limited availability. • Sunday 9 June, 1pm

Organiclea Open Day: Hawkwood Plant Nursery 115 Hawkwood Crescent, Chingford E4 7UH - Step-free access Pick Your Own Strawberries! Visit our beautiful 12 acre site in mid-summer glory; market garden, greenhouses, vineyard, orchard and beehives. Site tour, soup, plants and produce (including strawberries) available. Organiclea’s veg-box scheme supports growers in Waltham Forest and farmers in East Anglia. It is as local, organic, fresh and tasty as produce can be. Prices from £20 a month, with 10 weekly pick up points across the borough (most with 24hour access). Visit our market stalls, Saturdays at the Hornbeam Café, E17 and St John’s Church Leytonstone or volunteer with us: 020 8524 4994 www.organiclea.org.uk No booking necessary • Sunday 30 June, 12-4pm

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kaleidoscope of fruit and vegetables grown at the Higham Hill Common Allotments hanging in the lush secret garden at Penny Fielding Gallery and Interiors. www.pennyfielding.com Free • Saturday 1 June to Sunday 30 June • Mon/Tue, Closed • Wed/Thur, 11am-7pm • Fri/Sat, 10am-6pm • Sun, 11am-6pm

Post Apocalyptic Dinner Party Waltham Forest College Art Studios, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4JB - Step-free access Waltham Forest art students will be exhibiting an installation exploring the theme Post Apocalyptic Dinner Party using ceramics and a variety of materials. Contact Daphne Richards drichards@waltham.ac.uk 020 8501 8000 www.waltham.ac.uk Free everyone welcome • Tuesday 11 June, 5.30pm-8.30pm • Wednesday 12 June, 10am-4pm • Thursday 13 June, 10am-4pm • Friday 14 June, 10am-3pm

Shared Dining Experience – with people from Leytonestone & The Mill Children’s supper club in two locations simultaneously linked via multimedia screens. Book by email screensinthewild@ ucl.ac.uk www.screensinthewild.org • Friday 17 May in conjuntion with Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day • Saturday 8 June in conjuntion with Love Your High Street

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E17 Art House Picture Framers and Gallery, 6-10 Church Hill, Stainforth Road entrance, Walthamstow E17 3RY - Step-free access Illustrators at E17 Art House take you on a tour of local culinary delights, from greasy spoons to gastropubs, and the quirky characters on both sides of the counter. Also showing vibrant fruit inspired Haikus by Seretta Durack illustrated by Kirsten Schmidt. 020 8509 8211 www.e17arthouse.com Free

• Private View Thursday 6th June 6pm-9pm • Saturday 1 June to Saturday 29 June • Monday to Friday 10am-6pm • Saturdays 9.30am-5.30pm

The 2nd Nags Head Great International Wine Festival The Nags Head Pub, 9 Orford Rad, Walthamstow E17 9LP - Step-free access Wine Festival hosted by our wine guru Sean Pines. Including: 20 Guest wines from around the world, Guess the wine competition, Champagne raffle. Accompanied by ‘Biberace’ on Jazz Piano. 020 8520 9709 Free • Saturday 22 June, 12noon – 7pm

The Art of Living Well Hornbeam Cafe, 458 Hoe Street, Walthamstow E17 9AH Come and help paint a mural ‘the art of living well’, every Friday in June, at the Hornbeam Cafe. We provide paint and brushes and you will be guided by local artist, Emma Scutt. All ages welcome. Free • Friday 7 / 14 / 21 / 28 June 11am-2pm

Waste Not, Want Not The William Morris Gallery Tea Room, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4PP - Step-free access Conserving leftovers, pickling demonstration and talk: Thursday 20 June, 6.30pm Pop-up bar celebrating local produce and craft industries: Food waste is a global problem and in the UK alone we throw away one third of everything we buy. As the world’s population increases waste reduction will be the key to protecting and improving everyone’s living standards. During the Appetite food festival a series of creative dining events, talks and demonstrations in the Tea Room as well as specially featured dishes on the daily lunch menu will explore issues of waste and conservation in food to highlight the issue to Gallery visitors. 020 8531 6722 www.wmggallery.org.uk marketing@justhospitality.co.uk or check our Facebook page for ticketing information for indi-


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vidual events • Launch night: Thursday 6 June, 7.30pm • Demonstration and talk: Thursday 20 June, 6.30pm • Pop-up Bar: Saturday 15 / 22 / 29 June, 6.30pm

Wide World Music Midsummer Madness Walthamstow Cricket Club, 48A Greenway Avenue, Walthamstow E17 3QN - Step-free access Aiming to bring you a WOMAD spirit for a few short hours, Wide World Music provides a live band, djembe drumming workshop and grooves to dance the night away. Our June event features Nogabe Randriaharimalala, the amazing Madagascan musician who already has a big E17 following and specially for Appetite 2013 we will have food flavours from the Wide World too. The event is family focussed for people of all ages. 07813 104921 wideworldmusic@hotmail.co.uk www.wideworldmusic.co.uk Tickets on door - adults £7.50, concessions £6.00, children £3.00. Food can be bought inside the venue. Call to buy tickets in advance. • Saturday 22 June, 7.30pm11.45pm

Wild Card Brewery Party & Beer Festival The Warrant Officer, 318 Higham Hill, Walthamstow E17 5RG - Step-free access Celebrate the end of Appetite festival on Saturday 29th June with Walthamstow’s Wild Card Brewery! Join us from 6pm at the Warrant Officer Pub on Higham Hill Road. In the garden, there will be a selection of East London real ales, tasty street food & live music organised by local musician Jaega Wise. Get a taste of Wild Car d Brewery! From Thursday 13th Saturday 15th June, 6pm - 11pm come down to the Wild Card Beer Festival at the Warrant Officer for a selection of East London Brewery beer. On the Thursday there will be a beer tasting with the brewers from Wild Card Brewery. 07982 403650 • Thursday 13 to Saturday 15 June, 6.00pm - 11.00pm • Saturday 29 June, 6.00pm till late

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villages of the Seven Hills of Rome. 020 8926 1215 cocomerocreate@outlook.com www.cocomero.co.uk No need to book but remember, when the food is gone, it’s gone! • Saturday 15 June, 12pm-4pm • Saturday 22 June, 12pm-4pm • Saturday 29 June, 12pm-4pm

Anja Jane & Coffee Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors, 34 Orford Road, Walthamstow E17 9NJ - Step-free access Anja Jane & Coffee is in the secret garden under the shade of a fig tree at Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors. Offering sensational coffee, teas, cakes and lunchtime snacks every Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday 11am-5pm. Anja Jane’s exhibition ‘Prints and Patterns’ is in the shop gallery for the duration of Appetite. 020 8509 0039 anja@anjajane.com www.anjajaneandcoffee. wordpress.com • Saturday 1 / 8 / 15 / 22 / 29 June, 10am-5pm • Sunday 2 / 9 / 16 / 23 / 30 June, 11am-5pm

Art Trail and Fine Dining in the Mallinson restaurant Mallinson Restaurant, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4JB - Step-free access Come and experience one of the best kept secrets in Walthamstow, our Mallinson restaurant is open to the public Monday to Thursday lunchtimes from 12 noon until 2pm as well as Thursday evening for Fine Dining from 7pm. On Thursday 13 June discover the fine art of dining where you will enjoy canapés and fine wine on arrival whilst viewing outstanding work by our Art students and then enjoy a three course dinner with petit fours and coffee which are prepared, cooked and served by our catering and hospitality students. 020 8501 8200/8219 mallinson.restaurant@ waltham.ac.uk www.waltham.ac.uk/college-retail/ mallinson-restaurant.html Please call to secure your place! • Thursday 13 June, 7pm

Arts & Crusts Supper Club Arts & Crusts, 19 Victoria Road, Walthamstow E17 4JT We are launching our Supper Club at Arts & Crusts with two exciting themes throughout the Appetite festival. Join E17 Larder for a gourmet feast of ingredients sourced

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from the very best of E17’s suppliers and producers, cooked for you by local chef Eliza Welsford. Celebrate artisan cheeses, breads, quality meats, fresh fish and locally grown veg in a three course meal in your locality, using ingredients from your local larder. We are also sharing with you a wonderful Arabic feast to fill your senses. The menu for the evening offers an abundance of authentic dishes, Arabic sweets, mint tea and amazing Arabic coffee. Call Andrew 07736 669691 Direct mail via Twitter http://twitter.com/artsandcrusts For booking details go to http:// artsandcrusts.wordpress.com Limited availability, payment in advance. • E17 Larder: 1 / 8 / 15 / 21 June, 7.30pm seated • Arabic Feast: 7 / 14 / 20 June, 7.30pm seated

The Village, 31 Orford Road, Walthamstow E17 9NL Three evenings dedicated to the unsung heroes of Indian Food. Join me on my culinary journey to unravel the secrets of Mum’s home cooking. It’s all about sitting down for a hearty Indian meal and finding out the story behind each dish being served. The recipes are handed down the generations so you can’t get any more authentic than this. To find out more and for menus go to our website. And yes, in keeping with the Indian ethos, portions will be generous so no guest will leave feeling anything but stuffed!

Cocomero – Italian Pop Up Café Cocomero, 16 Wingfield Road, Walthamstow E17 9NP Cocomero is a 14-seater pop up café in my home (or garden depending on the weather!). It will serve foccaccia sandwiches for under £5 filled with porchetta for meat-eaters and, for veggies, awesomely alternating frittatas, plus a different vegan filling every week. For dessert, expect boozy tiramisu and a selection of Italian cakes at £2.50. All food is homemade - or to use the correct lingo ‘casareccia’! Porchetta (aromatic roast pork) is a delicious speciality of Italy’s Lazio region and real ‘street food’, often sold from white vans around the ‘Castelli Romani’ - the towns and

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E17popup has brought you authentic cuisine from around the world. Now we bring you World Beer and World Beer snacks: sample unusual beers from around the world served up with accompanying beer snacks and sausage platters. • Thursday 6 June, 6pm-10pm Ancient Greek Feast: The art of Ancient Greek cuisine using today’s fresh food products to create a unique food experience. • Thursday 20 June, 6pm-10pm 020 7099 9111 www.e17popup.co.uk For more information, menu or bookings please visit our website. (Spaces are limited)

E17 Popup restaurant Project Rose and Crown Theatre Pub, 53-55 Hoe Street, Walthamstow E17 4SA - Step-free access Persian Feast: Enjoy home-style Persian cuisine with exotic dishes characterised by a delicate balance of spices and herbs, and often fruits. • Mon 10 June, 6pm-10pm Hungarian Revolution Dinner : Join us for an authentic Hungarian dinner followed by a short reading from local published writer, Rupert Colley, author of My Brother the Enemy, a novel set during the Hungarian Revolution, and founder of the bestselling Harper Collins digital series, History In An Hour. • Mon 24 June, 6pm-10pm 020 7099 9111 www.e17popup.co.uk For more information, menu or bookings please visit our website. (Spaces are limited)

Ecuadorian Delights nilanjani.dilling@gmail.com www.damngoodcurry.co.uk Book via paypal on our website. • Sunday 2 / 16 / 23 June, 7pm-10pm

E17 Popup restaurant Project La Ruana aka Grove Cafe, 21 Hatherley Mews, Walthamstow E17 4QP - Step-free access American Dream Brunch: Enjoy a classic American brunch with new dishes every week as well as big American cakes and doughnuts and fresh home-grown Colombian Coffee. • Sunday 2 /16 / 30 June, 10am-4pm

Walthamstow, venue available on booking We want to offer the best Latin American food and give you the opportunity to experience our culture. You will enjoy two courses including empanadas and a traditional plate of pork, yams, plantains with salad. Vegetarians will be catered for if confirmed at time of booking. Cakes and tropical smoothies will also be on the menu. eloisaalvarez@outlook.com Advanced booking via email and £5 deposit. An itemised menu will also be available. • Saturday 8 / 15 / 22 /29 June, 1pm-5pm

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Our festival calendar gives you the event titles day by day. Listings in red can Join us Whatʼs found alphabetically in the ‘Events’ section, page 4 and listings in blue in the ‘Eat’ section, page 6. Join us Whatʼs

Welcome Welcome Edible Feasts The Warrant Officer, 318 Higham Hill Road, Walthamstow E17 5RG Fancy a trip to the seaside, a ramble in the forest or a journey through East Asia? Join passionate cook & local artist, Kerrie Ahern, for some truly unique evenings during Appetite festival. These ‘Edible Feasts’ nod to her creative past & embrace her love of good food & cooking. Influenced by her mixed cultural heritage & time spent living in Asia, these themed suppers will often be a shared & interactive eating experience on a communal table. Where possible, the high quality ingredients used will be local, seasonal & sustainably sourced. info@ediblefeasts.com www.ediblefeasts.com There is limited availability for these events. Please email or book tickets in advance via the links on our website. • Friday 7 / 14/ 21/ 28 June, 7.30pm-10.30pm

Fork to Fork Supper – The Art of Living Well Hornbeam Cafe, 458 Hoe Street, Walthamstow E17 9AH - Step-free access The Hornbeam Cafe invites you to a seasonal feast of delicious, healthy food which is organic and locally sown, grown, picked and cooked! (provided by Organiclea Community Growers). Three courses for £15. Every Saturday in June. Vegetarian. We can cater for special dietary requirements. Menus will be published on our website nearer the time. cafe@hornbeam.org.uk www.hornbeam.org.uk. Please email for reservations stating your numbers and preferred time (between 6.30pm and 9pm) • Saturday 1 / 8 / 15 / 22 / 29 June 6.30pm-10.30pm

Norman Loves Home Cafe The House of Norman Love, 165 Belgrave Road, Walthamstow E17 8QF Norman Loves will be keeping their home café open on Sunday 2

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June, serving vegetarian and vegan lunches, cakes, tea with poetry. Drop in. • Wednesday 5 - Friday 7 June they will be showcasing their food with a supper club. Please come at 7.30pm ready for food served at 8pm. Tickets £20. BYOB. Booking essential. See also our grand finale “Book Lunch” in the events section, Sunday 9 June. normanlovessoup@ gmail.com www.normanloves.com Booking via our website or email reservation essential. Limited availability. • Sunday 2 June, 11am-5pm • 5 / 6 / 7 June, 7.30pm

Pop Up Dining Experience The Warrant Officer, 318 Higham Hill Road, Walthamstow E17 5RG Four different menus. Four different experiences. Enjoy the music, food and ambience of: Chaat party - Indian street food, spicy, tangy, sweet, crunchy and utterly delicious! Pompeii evening - dine like an ancient Roman, with authentic recipes from the Roman Empire. Middle East Feast - there’s more to it than kebabs! Vegetarian recipes inspired by the food of Israel, Palestine and the Levant. Oy Vey! - traditional east European Yiddish food, served cold on the Sabbath and High Holy Days. www.popupsupperclub.wordpress. com Online booking via our website, or call 07957 418 047 • Saturday 8 / 15 / 22 / 29 June7.30pm

Scarlet Kitchen Pop-Up Restaurant And Café 44 Pretoria Ave, Walthamstow, E17 7DE Pop-up restaurant and cafe serving locally sourced and crafted fare of the highest quality. A truly exciting dining experience and fun night out. Join mailing list by email or check Facebook page for up to date menus. Saturday night requires advance booking. Places are limited do don’t delay. £35pp min 3

courses plus extras, some drinks included. One additional bottle of wine (byob) between 2 should ensure you are suitably watered. Drop in anytime for Sunday cafe. stowscarletkitchen@gmail.com www.facebook/stowscarletkitchen 07985244622 • Saturday 15 & 22 7:30pm onwards • Sunday 16 & 23 11am-5pm

Sham’s Kitchen Pop-Up Restaurant Sham’s Kitchen, Secret location in Walthamstow Village, Walthamstow – Step-free access This will be a 3 course sit-down Pakistani dinner. The ingredients used are fresh and locally sourced. The dishes are simple, home-made and delicious! The environment warm and welcoming. Bring your own alcohol and come and meet like minded food lovers. shamshammir@gmail.com Limited availability, please email to book a place, £20 per head, address will be supplied once booking has been made. • Friday 21 / 28 June, 7pm- 10pm

Something Nice In The Park Sidmouth House, Sidmouth Road, Leyton E10 5QZ - Step-free access Sidmouth House is used as a centre for community activities by people with a learning disability and is on the edge of Sidmouth Park. The venue has a catering kitchen and seating area inside and outside. There is a plan to open a cafe here employing local people with a learning disability. Being part of this festival is a great opportunity to try it out, talk to local residents and park users about their tastes and views and make links. Nicely presented hot and cold drinks, cakes and ices. No need to miss tennis at Wimbledon, TV and strawberries and cream available. 07905 985370 gill.mcdermott@walthamforest. gov.uk No need to book, mid range priced refreshments. • Saturday 23 June, 11am-4pm • Thursday 6 / 13 / 20 / 27 June, 11am-3pm

Swedes in the Stow – Swedish Cakes, Coffee and Design... www.appetitefestival.co.uk

Bygga Bo, 52 Harvey Park Road, Walthamstow, E17 6LJ - Step-free access ‘Fika’ is a uniquely Swedish word. It means to eat cakes and drink coffee, to chat with friends, to press the pause button on life. So, come and fika with some real-life Swedes living here in the Stow. As we serve up delicious homemade goodies and the finest coffee this side of Stockholm, you can browse a range of design products from Bygga Bo. Bygga Bo is a new Scandinavianinspired design shop and cafe, set to open in Walthamstow this autumn. We will also be hosting a range of cultural, music and social events. 07753 744846 byggabolondon@gmail.com www.facebook.com/Byggabolondon No booking required but email if you wish to make a reservation. • Saturday 15 June, 2pm-5pm • Sunday 16 June, 2pm-5pm

Tagine & Couscous Le Delice, 114 Hoe Street, Walthamstow E17 4QR - Step-free access Enjoy traditional North African tagines and couscous accompanied by Moroccan music in our Moroccan themed room. 020 8521 0606 info@ledelice.co.uk www.ledelice.co.uk Email for reservations. • Saturday 1 / 8 / 15 / 22 / June 6:30pm-10:30pm

Walthamstowfoodies Supperclub Secret venue- available once booked, Walthamstow We prepare seasonal food bought locally and cooked simply. We passionately believe in supporting our local markets and shops - this allows us to buy produce when it’s plentiful and fresh. Our cooking style is British with Mediterranean influences topped off with a sprinkling of Stow. We promise that you won’t go home hungry but you may leave having made new friends. walthamstowfoodies@ hotmail.co.uk www.walthamstowfoodies.com Limited availability, email for booking, £25 per person (£10 deposit required in advance). • Saturday / 8 / 15 / 22 / 29 June 7pm-10.30pm

Tuesday 14 May •Appetite Networking Event see www.appetitefestival.co.uk

Friday 31 May Appetiser Event •A Matter of Taste, Pictorum Gallery, Private View, 6pm-8pm

Throughout the Festival •A Matter of Taste •Darwin’s Parlour •Mashed Potato •Plot to Plot rehung •Tasty •Anja Jane & Coffee

Saturday 1 June •Darwin’s Parlour, Opening 12pm-2pm •Walthamstow Food Walk, 2pm •Walthamstow Food Trail, 2pm-6pm •Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival •Lucy Scott Traybakes Pop-up Shop •Arts & Crusts Supper Club •Fork to Fork Supper •Tagine & Couscous

Sunday 2 June •Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival •Doucettes and Tortellettes •Damn Good Curry •E17 Popup •Norman Loves Home Café

Monday 3 June •Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival

Tuesday 4 June •Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival

Wednesday 5 June •Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival •Mashed Potato: Workshop •Norman Loves Supper Club

Thursday 6 June •Are you Loc ale?’ Ale Festival •Tasty, Private View •Waste Not, Want Not: Launch •E17 Popup: World Beer •Norman Loves Supper Club •Something Nice In The Park

Friday 7 June •Lucy Scott Traybakes Pop-up Shop •The Art of Living Well: Mural •Arts & Crusts Supper Club •Edible Feasts •Norman Loves Supper Club

Saturday 8 June •Mashed Potato: Kids Workshop •Arts & Crusts Supper Club •Ecuadorian Delights •Fork to Fork Supper •Pop Up Dining Experience •Tagine & Couscous

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If people who give you their food, give you their heart, then let eating be the new kissing! Auntie Maureen

•Walthamstowfoodies Supperclub

•Post Apocalyptic Dinner Party

•The 2nd Nags Head Great International Wine Festival •Waste Not, Want Not: Pop-up bar •Wide World Music Midsummer Madness •Cocomero - Italian Pop Up Café •Ecuadorian Delights •Fork to Fork Supper •Pop Up Dining Experience •Scarlet Kitchen Pop-up Restaurant •Tagine & Couscous •Walthamstowfoodies Supperclub

Wednesday 12 June

Sunday 23 June

•Post Apocalyptic Dinner Party

•La Wasterie Set Free •Lucy Scott Traybakes Pop-up Shop •Damn Good Curry •Scarlet Kitchen Pop-up Café •Something Nice In The Park

Sunday 9 June •Chingford Food Walk, 2pm •1950s Vintage Baking tea Party •Norman Loves “Book Lunch”

Monday 10 June •E17 Popup

Tuesday 11 June

Thursday 13 June •Post Apocalyptic Dinner Party •Wild Card Brewery Beer Festival •Art Trail & Fine Dining •Something Nice In The Park

Friday 14 June •Post Apocalyptic Dinner Party •The Art of Living Well, Mural •Wild Card Brewery Beer Festival •Arts & Crusts Supper Club •Edible Feasts

Tuesday 25 June

Auntie Maureen

•Happy Ever After Party

Auntie Maureen offers a portfolio of services ranging from magical realism performance installations to vintage music and DJ services with her 1930’s picnic gramophone to bespoke site- or project specific tailored events planning. Devoted to times gone by, her expertise also drives historical style advice and consultation in order to create an unforgettable experience steeped deeply in heritage, history and a touch of nostalgia. www.auntiemaureen.info

Wednesday 26 June •Happy Ever After Party

Thursday 20 June •Waste Not, Want Not: Talk •Arts & Crusts Supper Club: •E17 Popup •Something Nice In The Park

Friday 21 June •The Art of Living Well: Mural •Arts & Crusts Supper Club •Edible Feasts •Sham’s Kitchen Pop-Up Restaurant

Saturday 22 June •La Wasterie •London via Naples, Pizza Party

Adams Catering Hire

•Happy Ever After Party •E17 Popup: Hungarian Revolution Dinner with readings

Monday 24 June

•Waste Not, Want Not: Pop-up bar •Wild Card Brewery Beer Festival •Arts & Crusts Supper Club •Cocomero - Italian Pop Up Café •Ecuadorian Delights •Fork to Fork Supper •Pop Up Dining Experience •Scarlet Kitchen Pop-up Restaurant •Swedes in the Stow •Tagine & Couscous •Walthamstowfoodies Supperclub

•Damn Good Curry •E17 Popup •Scarlet Kitchen Pop-up Café •Swedes in the Stow

A selection of services to make your own events go with a swing. A complete range of catering equipment and furniture to hire for your next event. No order too large or too small, whether it is an intimate party or for thousands of guests. We provide a huge range of event and catering equipment for hire from our 15,000 square foot warehouse. Adams Catering Hire is a family owned and run company with customer service at its heart. 0870 300 6000 info@cateringhire.co.uk www.cateringhire.co.uk

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Sunday 16 June

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Thursday 27 June •Something Nice In The Park

Friday 28 June •Happy Ever After Party •The Art of Living Well: Mural •Edible Feasts •Sham’s Kitchen Pop-Up Restaurant

Saturday 29 June •Auntie Maureen’s Gourmet Food Fair, 12pm-5pm •Waste Not, Want Not - Pop-up bar •Cocomero - Italian Pop Up Café •Ecuadorian Delights •Fork to Fork Supper •Pop Up Dining Experience •Walthamstowfoodies Supperclub •Wild Card Brewery Party

Sunday 30 June •1950s Vintage Baking tea Party •Eat or Heat Fête •Farmers’ Market Picnic •Happy Ever After Party •Organiclea Open Day •E17 Popup

Eliza Welsford Food & Events Sophisticated reception, stylish party, intimate dinner or grand feast. We offer imaginative and contemporary food to private and corporate clients in London and the surrounding areas. 07941 073297 info@elizawelsfordfood.com www.elizawelsfordfood.com

Made by the Chef Ltd Full service catering, event caterers, corporate catering, cookery lessons,

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private chef. Walthamstow E17. 07590 526309 hulya@madebythechef.com www.madebythechef.com

Supporting local farmers and growers. 020 8524 4994 info@organiclea.org.uk www.organiclea.org.uk

Mamie’s Vintage Teas

Sharp Photography

Vintage teas for birthdays and celebrations with classic cakes, buns, pies and sandwiches. Mamie’s also runs bespoke baking workshops for small groups, including hen parties. 07752 792049 MamiesVintageTeas@outlook.com

Photography: Food, people and still life photography for advertising and web, based in Walthamstow. 07775 895 477 www.JaneSharp.com

To Market We are a marketing agency that specialises in working with the creative industries and food & drink sectors. We create lead generation and lead management marketing campaigns using traditional and digital marketing methods, enabling companies to achieve their business objectives through targeted, creative, advertising and marketing that is focussed and measurable. 020 3281 1897 hello@to-market.co.uk www.to-market.com

Tropical Sun

Mother’s Ruin In the spirit of London’s long and disreputable history of making potent liquor, Mother’s Ruin creates delicious fine fruit liqueurs from home grown and locally foraged ingredients. East London Gin Palace, Unit 29 Wood St Market, 98-100 Wood St, Walthamstow E17 3HX 07905 484711 beckywynngriffiths@yahoo.co.uk www.mothersruin.net

Oh My... Coffee Shop Family friendly area with child gated area at the back. Home made cakes, fresh food such as panini, bruschetta, milkshakes, high tea, scones. 11 Winchester Road, Highams Park, E4 9LH

Organiclea Local, community food growers, buy from our box scheme or our Saturday market stalls in Walthamstow and Leytonstone.

Tropical Sun is the leading authentic Afro-Caribbean food brand in the UK with a range of over 200 products including a drinks range which features Coconut Water, and foods including Jerk Seasoning, herbs and spices, sauces, canned and dried peas and beans, traditional flours and powders, vegetables including ackee and callaloo, to name just a few. Tropical Sun is distributed by Wanis Ltd who supply a comprehensive range of ethnic foods from around the world including the West Indies, Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa and the Far East. 0845 269 6715 sun@tropicalsunfoods.com www.tropicalsunfoods.com

Walthamstow Farmers’ Market Weekly Sunday Farmers’ Market 10am-2pm on town square near central library. Free range and rare breed meat and poultry; fresh fish, eggs, artisan dairy, bread, cakes, juice, fresh veg and fruit; locally made preserves, honey etc. 020 7833 0338 info@lfm.org.uk www.lfm.org.uk

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CAKE & ART 30 June 2013 from 12–5pm

The Smithfield Unit Butchers

Open every Thursday (term time) from 11.30am until 2.30pm. Please call 020 8501 8000

The Quaker Meeting House & Gardens 1a Jewel Road E17 4QU A free event & fun for all with cake, music and art donated for sale by local artists Art bunting project by Whitefield School If you would like to support or be involved please get in touch: info@eatorheat.org twitter @EatorHeat call 07841 476567 FIND OUT HOW A FOOD BANK WORKS AT WWW.EATORHEAT.ORG

The Mallinson Restaurant

A fundraising event for

For all enquiries regarding the Mallinson Restaurant, please call 020 8501 8200/8219 www.waltham.ac.uk

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E17 ART TR AIL SUMMER SHOW

IN COLLABORATION WITH PENNY FIELDING GALLERY & INTERIORS

E17 ART TR AIL SUMMER SHOW IN COLLABORATION WITH PENNY FIELDING GALLERY & INTERIORS

1–25 August with an artists’ reception on Thursday 1 August from 6.30 Submit your artwork to our Salon Style Exhibition and fundraiser for the E17 Art Trail. Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors is hosting the first E17 Art Trail Summer Show which will showcase artwork by both emerging and established artists including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and architecture. Around 200 artworks will be selected by our hanging committee to go into the show – there is no limit on the number you can submit. There will be a fee of £26 for each artwork selected and proceeds go to the E17 Art Trail.

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Exhibiting artists will also be eligible for the Penny Fielding Gallery Art Award Prize, where our judges will select 3 artists to take part in a group show at Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors in April 2014. For full details and information on how to submit your artworks please see: www.pennyfielding.com/ summershow 34 Orford Road Walthamstow London E17 9NJ

Image courtesy: Paul Tucker www.paultucker.co.uk Design: Sara Carneholm

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Appetite : 1-30 June 2013