scorzonera foods

“scorzonera foods” is a project I had in mind for the near future – set up a vegetarian market stall maybe next spring, after I’d worked through the winter, paid a few debts, saved a little.  Then I lost my job a fortnight ago.

Almost broke I thought, ah well, let’s just go for it.  So, with the support of my lovely wife, “scorzonera foods” will be launched in our back garden in Pinxton on the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire border on Saturday 24th July. 

A very basic stall offering a few vegetarian staples plus a couple of specials if the budget stretches that far.

Taking inspiration from the popup restaurant movement, publicity is initially limited to this blog plus  @scorzfood on twitter, posting the flyer on flickr and most importantly, sticking up twenty or so flyers around the village late tonight with the twitter link.

If you’re passing or around Junction 28 of the M1, central England, on Saturday afternoon,  we’re about two miles off the motorway.  Address will be on twitter from around midday.

Come and see how this highly dubious experiment’s going.

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3 responses to “scorzonera foods

  1. ian hatton

    Were do we find you on saturday?

  2. Vickie

    Hi, sounds like a really great idea. We will pop over. We are all veggie in our house including the children.

  3. philscorzonera

    Ok – what a relief someone’s coming!
    We’ll be behind 100 Wharf Road, between Wharf Aquatics and the Post Office – directly opposite the greengrocers which recently closed down.
    Tell your friends – veggie/vegan/omnivore/whatever.
    XX

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