This Saturday, the 28th, sees the start of Chinese New Year and 2017 is the year of the Rooster.
London is holding the largest celebrations of any city outside of Asia, so there is lots to keep yourself busy with over the weekend. If you fancy keeping it local, there’s lots going on in East London. One of our collection points, Stepney City Farm are holding a pop-up dinner. A five course, Chinese inspired meal, including meat and veg from the farm itself. A great way to indulge in new flavours and support your local businesses, for more info click here.
Or if you have younger ones to entertain then the V&A Museum of Childhood might suit you better. On February 11th the V&A are hosting a day of mask making, costumes and calligraphy workshops for all to get involved in. There will be Chinese traditions such as dancing and singing to all get involved with, click here for more information.
In honour of the Chinese New Year we wanted to share with you the Telegraph’s favourite Chinese recipes. We highly recommend trying the blanched Choy Sum, or the Crispy Chicken.
For more ideas on how to eat the vegetables in this week’s box, try searching on our webpage for past blogs!
This Week’s Bounty
Kestrel Potatoes, Perry Court
Purple Carrots, Lancs
Sweetheart Cabbage, Lancs
Swiss Chard, Perry Court
Medium & Large Boxes
Artichokes, Perry Court
Apples, Kent (all boxes)
Lemons, Spain (Medium & Large)
Squash, Perry Court