Forage & Feast

Category: Activities, Nature

Start Date: 07/12/2019 15:00

End Date: 07/12/2019 18:00

Location: Middle Beach, Studland

Booking Essential: Yes

Description: Our foraged feasts follow and celebrate the seasons, happening quarterly. In one magical evening we gather a small group of humans together around a shared table and feast on what that season provides; food has been foraged and prepped by the Fore team as well as use of fantastic ingredients produced by local folk across our Purbeck hills and shores. These evenings are created to reconnect our plate with our environment. To take stock of what it is nature’s larder provides and to have a jolly good knees up at the same time. We have some super talent on board the Fore wagon this year and there will be a few special creators working with us on our seasonal feasts to make doubly sure the evenings sing to a very high tune. Our feast starts with a walk on the wild side with our forager with our chefs on the team creating and cooking our feast for you at our seaside pavillion. If these dates are full or don't suit you then register your interest in being part of the next Fore Foraged Feast by dropping us a line or join our mailing list on our website to be the first in the know. Please let us know you saw us on What's On in Dorset!

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Telephone: 01929 761515

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