Updated: Dec 9, 2020
Well, I had my suspicions a second lockdown would come and here we find ourselves, November 2020 and Lockdown 2.0 is here. Dartmouth fine foods will continue with all our delivery days and hope for no interruptions with supplies.
First things first, thank you to everyone that supported The Feast @ Home to celebrate what would have been Dartmouth Food Festival 2020. We had such lovely feedback and great pictures of you and guests enjoying your suppers. The winner of the best quenelle is Mark Green, more for giggles than a finished article, well done Mark a bottle of Champagne is making its way to you very soon.
We will be hosting another Feast @ Home for delivery on Friday 27th November, the theme will be French Autumn Fest.
Hors-d'oeuvre, Cheese Beignets
To Start, French Onion Soup
Main Course, Duck Confit Cassoulet
Dessert, Tarte Tatin
£28.95 per person
You can book our French Feast either online or over the phone, minimum of 2 covers per order, again we will be suggesting some great wine to match from Michael Sutton’s Cellar for delivery with your feast.
Our Christmas Main Course Package is now live online, we really enjoyed cooking a sample lunch to photograph, I definitely ate one to many pigs in blankets that day. We will be delivering these packs throughout December so you can always celebrate pre-Christmas with friends and family, last orders will be Monday 21st with deliveries up to and including Thursday 24th December.
We have also added a hassle-free roast supper starting with Porchetta, a pork belly stuffed with sausage meat, apricots, garlic, orange and fennel served with prepared, cooked, ready to heat vegetables and not to forget gravy.
Other new additions are Smoked Haddock Chowder, Moroccan Lamb Meatballs and Rich Mushroom Ragu all perfect for a winter evening.
No real noteworthy news from me, we are working on new fresh specials soon to hit the website. Farming life is quiet and very wet, the ground is sodden with my father getting the quad bike stuck with comedy mud splashing anticks to boot. We have been making lovely home-grown leek and potato soup, all the eating apples have been picked and pressed to make apple juice with plenty of cooking apples left for crumbles, all very satisfying.
Keep safe and well, bon appetit, Serin x