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Pop-up restaurant, supper club and catering business fodder has teamed up with Great British Menu winner James Cochran and his team at Islington restaurant 12:51 to take over the kitchen for a series of three Monday night dinners on 2, 9 and 16 December.
fodder's head chef Michael Thompson (previously of Lyan Cub, Fera at Claridge's and Pollen Street Social) is creating a series of five-course tasting menus for the event priced at cost £37 per person. The focus will be on seasonal, sustainable ingredients and in particular forgotten or lesser-used produce such as by-catch from the fishing industry and the menu will be different each night.
The fodder team work carefully to partner with suppliers who are making great strides to have a positive impact on the environment and the food industry. For example, much of their veg is sourced from Flourish Produce, a small farm in Cambridgeshire that uses horse-drawn agricultural tools to minimise carbon emissions. A favourite seafood supplier is Forgotten Fish, who rescue by-catch from larger fishing companies or source parasitic creatures that are disrupting the marine environment.
Find out more about fodder at fodderpopup.com.