Thanks to all those who have recently been in touch about supper clubs. This year we have been busy with private parties, which I have greatly enjoyed and which have proved to be quite popular. We are now taking a break, however, (from September 2013) from all parties and supper clubs to focus on other work. Though I do not anticipate hosting any supper clubs in the near future, feel free to still get in touch though if you were hoping to have your party with supper club, and I will see what I can do for you. Thanks to everyone who has supported us through the years and many happy returns.
Calling all vegetarians and gluten-free* gourmands! Studio 37 Supper Club presents the first ever four-course, all-vegetarian and gluten-free feast to be held on Friday January 25th, 2013. Come and meet fellow vegetarians (or veggie lovers, like myself) and eat a sumptuous feast around our communal dining table. In our private space right in Belfast City Centre, you'll have all evening to leisurely enjoy your meal while getting to know the other guests.
Supper club: Saturday November 10th, 2012. We had a lovely evening last month with new friendships forged and much laughing heard from the supper club kitchen. And suddenly, November is almost here! Which can only mean that the nights are drawing in, the weather is cooling quickly, and the trees are almost bare. Will you join us for our next cozy winter supper? Everyone is welcome.
Menu for November:
Salad of wilted savoy cabbage, puy lentils, bacon, feta, and parsley with a lemon vinaigrette s...
Here's to autumn menus! I have been craving slow braised, rich shin of beef for ages. I can almost feeling it melting in my mouth. And for dessert, a roast grape clafouti. Think farm-house French - half way between custard and cake. Seasonal and delicious.
cinnamon sugar popcorn on the table
roast red onion, kale, goat's cheese tart, warm balsamic
braised shin of beef in red wine, garlic, chili, creamy polenta, gremolata
And not just because it's my birthday
month. I love the smell of crispy leaves and autumnal nights, of poached
apples and cinnamon porridge in the morning, and of newly sharpened
pencils and rubbers for school. It's the official plunge into the winter
darkness. And I love it!
Often we get a glut of tomatoes in
September here, which I have had to get used to. In South Carolina,
tomato season starts in June and lasts all summer. But here, in the
green house and o... Continue reading...