Hi everyone. Once again we’ll be harvesting this Sunday, 4th September, with The People’s Kitchen.
Details are below, please come along if you’re free!
The trees are laden with apples and they need to find a good home!
The People’s Kitchen are once again linking with Hackney Harvest as well as the generous souls of Hackney City Farm that will be lending us their apple press with the combined aim of utilising natures fruit bounty. We will be making Hackney cider (to be enjoyed at a later date), as well as some apple chutney, and of course the obligatory apple pie as well as the usual and the unusual People’s Kitchen delights.
Bring any jars you can find to fill with apple chutney!
Come inspired with family apple recipes!
Come armed with the knowledge of any local fruit trees. We shall be mapping for future forages.
What better a way to spend a part of Sunday than off on a foraging adventure round Hackney, then around a communal table with friends, friends you haven’t yet met and one of the most affordable plates of tasty food London has to offer, followed by a free film upstairs in the ambient boudoir and a jam session through the world of music from a melting pot of multi talented musicians?
11am-3pm Apple Forage – Meet at Passing Clouds at 11am or call 07790003934
3-6pm Communal Food Prep – Back at Passing Clouds
6-9pm Dinner Time! Take your food up to the film or dine around the communal table
7pm Cinematters Film Screening (free entry)
9pm Passing Clouds Sunday Jam Session (free before 10pm)
Yes it’s a people’s kitchen! Come along and meet some of your fellow citizens. Be a part of the team behind the scene. All welcome.
We need people to chop and pick and tell jokes and stir and talk and cook and smile and peel and wash and grate and serve. If you think you are capable of any or many of these activities, then please come and get involved.
Basic equipment available. If you have helpful things you can bring down then please do!
Food will be served up on a donations basis. Put what you can or will into the pot. Make it the right pot. Those that have donated to the food surplus drop off, feel free to eat for free!
Eat around the communal table amongst friends and others or take your food to be enjoyed in front of the Cinematters Film Screening.
Followed by the Passing Clouds Sunday Jam Sessions, free before 10pm.
The finest internationally acclaimed talent from London’s underground music scene, taking us on an ear-dazzling journey through world of music; afro and latin grooves, funk, reggae, inspiring hip hop and uplifting soul.
The People’s Kitchen
@ Passing Clouds
1 Richmond Road
(just behind the Haggerston Pub on Kingsland Road)
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