Earlier this month we had the pleasure of providing the catering for Yonder Collectives latest event which ran under the theme ‘Encounter’.
This was based on encountering ordinary things in unexpected ways. This gave the team at Griffett Catering a great opportunity to do what they do best – be creative with the produce and present food in different ways.
For one of our canapés we introduced our well developed ‘Spring Bomb’, delicate, fragrant flowers with young herbs and preserved garlic emulsion served on a bed of live moss.
Another was yuzu marinated Mackerel fillets served on a bed of sea rocks, seaweed and a scented yuzu vapour.
For our version of the edible garden, we served a selection of raw seasonal vegetables. The base was made from a preserved and smoked aubergine purée with an edible soil of home-brewed stout. To add effect we served this canapé on a vintage garden spade head.
We feel the menu tied in well with the theme of the event and complimented the surroundings of the venue Salt Cafe and their ethos of using ethical foods within their own cooking.
It was great to be involved with such a creative bunch of Bristol folk and to meet some of the people who attended the event.
Please take your time to check out the people who made this event possible:
Yonder Collectives’ founder aims to bring people together to share ideas and create a space where creativity and networking go hand in hand.
Kym is the brains and lens behind the food blog ‘On The Plate’ where she shares her well thought out recipes and eye for photography! All photos on this post are credited to Kym.
Being Little is a hugely successful lifestyle blogger who was kind enough to lend her talented hand to do the illustration for the ‘Encounter’ event.
These Terrariums are handmade in Totterdown, Bristol. They make a great natural and unusual feature on the table and can be custom built to any taste.