Forage Vegan Pop-up dinner
What happens when you put a vegan chef and a wild food innovator in the kitchen together? Something fresh, festive and fantastic…take a look at Parusha Naidoo and Roushanna Gray’s first collaborative dinner that happened in the Veld and Sea foraging classroom at Good Hope Gardens Nursery. Gorgeous photos taken by the talented Gabrielle Holmes.
A big thank you to all our wonderful guests who attended, to Mount Gay Rum for donating some of their delicious Black Barrel rum that worked so beautifully in our botanical cocktails and to Skermunkil for the use of her stunning ceramic bowls and spoons.
To join the next #foragevegan Food Art Feast happening in on the 16th of January 2016, take a look at the Food Art Feast Facebook event page for details and updates. To book and for more info, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on December 18, 2015, in events, Uncategorized and tagged Botanical Food, capepoint, capetown, capetown food, capetownevents, events, foodies, foraged feast, foraged ingredients, foragevegan, freshfood, Fynbos, Gabrielle Holmes Photography, Good Hope Gardens Nursery, Mountgay Rum, Parusha Naidoo, Photos, plants, pop up event, Skermunkil, Sustainable foraging, vegan, Veganfood, Veld and Sea, wild food, wild food innovation, wildflowers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.