Wild Harvest Feast 2105

The air in early September is heavy with the scent of ripe fruit, late summer flowers and ripening nuts, and this year we are going to feast on the mellow fruitfulness of this most magical season.

On 5th September we’re heading to the utterly beautiful Llanvihangel Court in Monmouthshire for our first wild harvest feast, it’s a house that wraps its arms around you and surrounded by orchards of heaving fruit we couldn’t think of a more magical location to welcome the early mist filled days of autumn. No harvest feast would be complete without music and we’ve managed to lure the supremely talented Barrule Trio to play their intoxicating brand of folk after the meal.

We’ll be eating food from rambling gardens, heaving orchards, abundant hedgerows.. from fields, mountain and woodland – come and join us for very delicious end to the summer.

Tickets are £35 per person, and include a wild cocktail on arrival, wild canapés and a 3 course meal. To reserve your tickets send us a message via the contact us page and we’ll get back in touch with payment information

                                      starters

      wood pigeon, fresh hazelnut, whimberry & chickweed salad with damson verjus

                                                           or

           sorrel, sumac & feta fried butterbean salad with rosehip & chili vinaigrette

                                     main course

         vension with pears and dauphinoise potatoes with wild thyme infused cream.

                                                           or

        roasted grapes & stuffed vine leaves, with hazelnut & puy lentils with grape verjus

                                         deserts

          evening primrose posset with mulberry compote

                                                        or

           damson vodka & honeysuckle jelly and ice cream

2 thoughts on “Wild Harvest Feast 2105

  1. Hello Liz,
    We love your news letters and wonderful foraged food! We were just wondering if you were having any more evening events in the near future. We would have loved to attend your September event but unfortunately we were away. Also will you be holding any forage days?
    Kindest regards,
    Tracy Sheldon.

    Sent from my iPad

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    • Hi Tracy, I’m really sorry not to see your post until now – we will indeed be having a feast later in the year, and we’re also running a series of wild food courses & cookery days in the hills around here – they’ll be delicious and will still involve a wild cocktail or 2!

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