Yesterday a customer told me the soup was ‘incredible’ yay! That makes it all worthwhile 🙂 I hope your week is going well and good things are happening for you. I think January was a tough month for a lot of us, so with the optimism of spring in the air let’s do great things! I’m trying to keep a cold at bay with a tasty remedy made by a friend’s mum. Elderberry cordial thick, syrupy and for a cold remedy tasting pretty good too. I will endeavour to get the recipe and share it with you. It is far superior to Lemsip! It’s always worth upping your vitamin C intake if you are feeling run down, citrus fruit in hot water is not only a great liver tonic but will give those vit c levels a friendly boost. If you can handle it crushing and swallowing a raw clove of immune system boosting garlic will do wonders too, I am a bit wussy in this respect and instead finely grate a clove onto my food or in a salad dressing.
We are based on the second floor of AEDA Arts Academy at the bottom of Hockley, don’t be put off by the stairs, you will find a friendly face to greet you and serve you something delicious! An exhibition of awesome photographs and greeting cards created by Nottingham artists Ben Rawson and Alex Kocan and curated by The City Gallery is now on display in the academy.
Black Bean Soup with Cumin and Coriander (vegan)£3
Hummus, Sun-dried Tomatoes, Olives and Flatbread (vegan) £3.75
Cauliflower Cheese (cauliflower baked in a deliciously creamy cheesy sauce with a crunchy blue cheese topping) with Spinach and Watercress Salad £4.50
Loaded Potato Skins with Salad (vegan) £4.50
Chocolate Brownie £2.00 (vegan)
Takeaway is available. Short on time? Please call your order through on 07789 917429 and I will have your order ready at your preferred time.
If you have any specific dietary requests please let us know and we will do our best to make you something fabulous and tasty
Sneinton Market Light Night Fringe Event Friday 28th February 17.00-2300 is going to be awesome, there will be music, great food (yes, Beccy’s Global Kitchen is there!) Bunker’s Hill are providing a real ale bar, City Arts are curating a lantern parade with participants from Sneinton and St Anns who will meet up on the square. The crowning glory of all of these events is a roller disco, we are crowdfunding to pay for this as we are a community group with big ideas but no money. Please even if you can chip in a quid it all helps, we really want to make this happen and have loads of people skating around the square. There is also an LED workshop to teach you how to TRON-ify your disco outfit this Thursday 6pm at Nottingham Hackspace in Roden House, Sneinton. £3 gets you the knowledge and the lights!