Has anyone come across “WeFiFo” yet? It stands for “We Find Food”. It’s an online business that promotes all sorts of foody events online—particularly pop-up restaurants and supper clubs.
I think it’s a brilliant idea, and really hope it takes off, especially for events outside London. I’ve just signed up to join them, and I’m holding my first WeFiFo event at home on Saturday, 12 May. This is from the WeFiFo page about it:
A little something to say hello
GINGER & PROSECCO PUNCH
(or ginger ale instead of prosecco for those who would prefer a non-alcoholic version)
Some small bites to get your taste-buds on tiptoe
Crisp, thin slices of tempeh (soya bean cake) fried in a light spicy chickpea flour batter, served with a sweet soya dipping sauce
AYAM GORENG BALADO
Chicken wings with chilli jam (If you like Nando’s…)
TIMUS ISI DAGING
Sweet potato beignet stuffed with savoury crumbled beef
EMPING LABU SIAM
Cracker made from crushed melinjo (a large Indonesian seed), topped with a chayote, cucumber, and peanut sauce
Onto more substantial dishes
OSENG-OSENG AYAM LEUNCA
Stir-fried minced chicken with pea aubergines, topped with crispy vermicelli
Barbecued lamb in coconut milk curry
Pomelo, young mango, mint, lemon grass, shallots, and chilli salad
Simple: chilli sambal, made with tempeh. And lots of basil
Royal fragrant basmati rice, with almond flakes
And since the Javanese have a sweet tooth, something to finish with
Avocado and chocolate mousse
BUBUR KETAN HITAM KELAPA
Torched black glutinous rice pudding with young coconut slithers
I’d love to see some familiar faces there, so of course all my friends and existing customers are more than welcome. Even those of you familiar with my cooking will find a lot of new dishes to enjoy.
Here’s the link to the page featuring the event on the WeFiFo website:
If you would like to book, please do it through this page, since WeFiFo manage all the bookings and payments. There are only 16 places available, so book now to avoid disappointment.
I hope to see you!