After all the anticipation Christchurch food festival is finally upon us! Get your glad rags on and meet us down there for two days this weekend May 11t – 12th – Christchurch Food Festival Homepage
We’ve been hard at work preparing some outrageous delights to tempt your palate, and cannot wait to share them with you. Even Mark the owner has been hard at it! HERE HE IS at our farm yesterday morning with MANAGER LAUREN, picking fresh rhubarb and mint for an extra special variety of homemade lemonades.
For the full menu of what we’ll be taking along cast your eyes beyond the picture below (spoiler alert).
- Veggie – Feta and Walnut
- Lamb and Mint Sausage Roll
- Sausage, Bacon, Beans, Mushroom and Tomato Quiche.
- Veggie – Spinach, Beans, Mushroom, Tomato and Cheese Quiche.
- Gluten Free Granola
- Chocolate and Walnut Brownies (Gluten Free)
- White Choc and Hazelnut Blondies (Gluten Free)
- Almond and Berry Cupcake (Gluten Free)
- Selection of Cookies (Gluten Free)
- Millionaire’s Shortbread
- Almond Croissants.
- Carrot Cake
- Chocolate Fudge Cake
- Origin Coffee cake
- Gingerbread Men
- And cupcakes to match the cocktails:
- Lychee Daiquiri with Muddled Bell Pepper
- Sweet Tea and Bourbon (featuring blueberries)
- Peach Julep
(Pictured on our Facebook page – facebook.com/theurbanbeach)
- Local Ales from the Dorset Brewing Company and Sunny Republic
- Old Jon’s Spiced Rum (our own special recipe, includes almonds and raw talent)
- Ginger Beer
- Homemade lemonades (Featuring aforementioned mint or rhubarb varieties)
Expect a handy deal on Sunday morning too – A breakfast savoury and our award winning Bloody Mary for a fantastic (as yet undisclosed) price. It promises to be marvelous. Did you know we make our Bloody Mary with a homemade chilli, horseradish and mustard seed vodka? No? Well there you go.
So much love, we really hope to see you there!
Love, Urban Beach xx
P.s. Check out our twitter competition for a chance to win a free lunch at our new cafe ‘Urban Renaissance’ along the seafront in Bournemouth (inside the Russel-Cotes Museum):
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