Join Peter Harrison and Guest of Honour, the writer Tim Richardson, on Friday 29th September for an Autumn Supper at White House Farm in Great Glemham, part of the Alde Valley Spring Festival 2017.
Wildwood Supper II:
A three course Farm Supper celebrating wild and garden foods from the farm and the Alde Valley – prepared by Peter Harrison in association with Truly Traceable ( https://www.trulytraceable.com ). Guest of Honour is the writer Tim Richardson together with artist Synnove Fredericks. The menu will include venison and wild foods from the farm. BYO beer and wine. Supper includes tea / coffee / tisanes. Three course Venison Themed Supper plus talk by Truly Traceable.
Date: Friday 29th September
Tickets; £35.50 pp for three course supper. BYO beer / wine.
Places are limited – please book early
About the Farm Suppers
The Farm Suppers are held in the farmhouse Dining Rooms one evening each week during the autumn ! Cornucopia ! season. They celebrate the extraordinary range of farmed and wild local foods available in the beautiful Alde Valley of East Suffolk – with a sprinkling of more exotic ingredients if needed. All the Suppers are cooked, prepared and served by Peter Harrison and his team. Food is served by candlelight with fires lit on the farmhouse’s oak refectory tables – made with timber grown at the farm. The Farm Suppers are also held in association with Autumn Writing Residencies at the farm. Each Supper welcomes a different writer as the evening’s principal Guest of Honour and explores a culinary theme that is linked to their writing. This years Guests of Honour include the writers Helen Jukes [on a Farm Writing Residency], Tim Richardson [on an inaugural Poetry in Aldeburgh Writing Residency] and Leonardo do Froes [on the third Flipside Festival Writing Residency]. Themes for the three Farm Suppers range from Honey to Venison and Brazilian Cuisine.
To book the supper or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or telephone 01728 663531.
White House Farm
Suffolk IP17 1LS
Artwork: Jason Gathorne-Hardy
Photograph of Peter Harrison: courtesy of Suffolk Magazine