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All Reviews for Love a Locavore
Margaret attended Love a Locavore's charity Game Night
Great evening; excellent ambience and lots of lovely food!
Yet another wonderful event with superb food as always!
I had a fantastic "Love a Locavore" pop-up evening! Alice's homemade and very innovative canapés were awesome, the live music performed by two international artists in her garden (the weather was perfect) was great and all the guests were very nice. In summary: Definitely recommended!
I cannot recommend Love a Locavore's pop-up more! Alice is a great host, always makes really high quality delicious food (I end up licking my plate), the atmosphere is fun and relaxed and the fellow guests totally lovely. Its a little gem!
I count myself rather lucky to be a regular at Alice's Love a Locavore pop-ups. The food is always divine and the company wonderfully warm. Then last Thursday's event with singer song-writer Alex Berger took the experience to a whole other level; said delicious food and company PLUS al-fresco dining whilst being serenaded by clearly a name to watch in modern blues, definitely equals a great recipe for success!
She is so fantastic, that I recently asked her to do the food for my 30th birthday! Alice was the first supper club I went too, and from that moment it was love. The food was superb, plus I had the fortunate opportunity to get to know her and she is so thoroughly lovely I cant describe.
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I have been to many of Alice's pop-up love a locavore evenings and on every occasion, I have been so impressed with the quality of the meal. The whole event is always such fun and I leave at the end, eagerly anticipating the next.
Reviews of Love a Locavore's Soul Food
Hope your new years have got off to a good start. I am glad to say that I have finally emerged from a couple of months of much-needed hibernation and am about ready to Pop-Up again!
We have a little while yet until the earth yields its first seasonal delights, and we are a few months away from worrying about getting ‘beach ready’, so let’s take the opportunity to indulge in some heart-warming, tummy-satisfying Soul Food.
Ever since I stumbled upon Blues legend Howlin Wolf, I have been desperate to unite my two passions: music and food, and try and encapsulate some of that New Orleans flavour, I fell so madly in love with when I was there in 2008.
I have had the soundtrack to this night planned for ages and it is high time to play it! So sit back and let Howlin’ Wolf, Ray Charles, Johnny Lee Hooker, Bessie Smith and Billie Holliday provide the perfect backing while I dish y’all up a hearty helping of taste-bud tinglin’ Soul Food. As well as personal experience, I have sought inspiration for this dinner from a great book: Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible.
You will be greeted with homemade iced tea and served a menu something along the lines of the following:
Pecan and cream-cheese stuffed dates
Mini pulled pork Po’Boys
Shrimp gumbo served with cornbread
Vegetarian option: Mac n’ cheese
Free range chicken 3 ways, served with braised southern greens:
- Coca cola chicken
- Southern fried chicken
- Chicken jambalaya
Vegetarian option: Stuffed green cabbages with fried green tomatoes
Sweet Potato Pie
★ Digestif, as ever, fresh mint tea
Bring your own bottle of moonshine ;-)
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