Hot on the heels of the street food scene, Flavour catches up with one of its latest entrants; Rosti Strasse, whose wares are made with coarse grated potato, as per the original Swiss breakfast dish.
Imagine cutting the supermarket out of your life, The Cambridge Food Assembly is a new company allowing you to buy fresh food from the producer, then pick up your order from the Espresso Library on East Road, handed over by the producers themselves. They’ve already won the BBC Food & Farming Award for best initiative.
Polly Plouviez from Cambridge City Council gives us a foodie slant on the regeneration project currently underway at Mitcham’s Corner, and the possibility of a real future food lovers hub.
Dovecote Bakery make 250 different types of bread, Rosie Sykes talks with Chris Murray the artisan baker behind it, who, for his Midsummer Common loaf actually collects water from Midsummer Common, an example of his total devotion to the craft.
Alice Archer searches amongst the shelves of 200 plus gin bottles to provide corn for the grist (as it were) in her latest feature from the Cambridge Wine Merchants. Grub Club Cambridge (pictured) celebrate their first year in operation as a food enthusiasts networking group, they talk with Pina Broccoli Anaia after dinner at Burwash Manor.
Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Ruth Reyes.