London’s world-class food market, Borough Market, is holding the second instalment of its new series of Autumn/Winter events, which will see a live cook-along with award winning author Skye McAlpine, on Wednesday 11th November.
Joining Skye, who will be streaming from her home in Venice, is award-winning food writer and founder of the Borough Market Cookbook Club, Angela Clutton. Angela will be cooking alongside Skye from her own home, as the pair share tales of UK and Italian market produce, and some of their top tips and tricks in the kitchen. The cook-along will be hosted live on zoom from 6.30 – 7.30 pm.
Registration is free, via http://bit.ly/BMCooksLiveSkye and participants will receive the recipe ahead of time so they can buy in the ingredients ready to cook along live from home. Skye will be cooking her flourless chocolate, chestnut and rosemary cake from her new book ‘A Table for Friends: The Art Of Cooking For Two Or Twenty’. Once the cake is in the oven, there will be time for attendees to ask Skye and Angela questions.
Borough Cooks Live follows the successful move of many of Borough Market’s events to digital platforms due to Covid-19 restrictions. The first of the series took place on Thursday 15th October with Yotam Ottolenghi.
Kate Howell, Development Director, Borough Market said: “It was great to see so many faces at our first Borough Cooks Live event in October. Knowing people are getting involved at home only encourages us to continue offering more events and while Covid-19 restrictions stay in place, we hope to continue to build an online community through these digital occasions. And of course, those taking part can bring a touch of Borough Market to their homes by buying ingredients from our expert traders, who are always happy to help customers source the best produce.”
Borough Market remains open for business from Monday to Saturday, with social distancing measures in place. The Market continues to sell fresh produce and store cupboard ingredients. The produce Market now extends in the ‘Green Market’ area and the Borough Market Kitchen traders are open for hot and cold takeaway food, with some offering al fresco dining experiences in the evening.
Visitors will find a changing line up of food on offer and can find a list of traders online at boroughmarket.org.uk
Borough Market’s delivery and collection service, Borough Market Online, offers an alternative way for customers to access Market produce either by click and collect or via a doorstep drop delivery service, now extended for those within a 7 mile radius of the Market, allowing orders to be received without contact with couriers.