Great pulled pork at home?
Try this BBQ style sauce mix. A top seller in our shop at the moment. We're not telling porkies!
a selection of the extensive range of Chinese ingredients that we stock:
Chilli bean paste
Chinese chilli oil
Chinese mushrooms (straw and shiitake)
Chinese sausage (lap chong)
Chinese sesame paste
Chinkiang black rice vinegar
Fermented black beans
Groundnut (peanut) oil
Preserved mustard greens
Red bean curd (gui gee)
Rice stick noodles
Soy sauce (light and dark)
Spring roll wrappers
Toasted sesame oil
Vietnamese rice wrappers
The Complete Sushi Set
Sushi Sets. Now available instore along with a range of other gift sets.
Our Japanese Donabe pots are more than perfect for the Hay Roasted Chicken by Tom Kerridge. Click here for the recipe>>
Middle Eastern Ingredients
Here is a selection of ingredients we stock from the Middle East:
Anar Kaneh / Pomegranate Seeds
Barberries - These sharp berries are used in tagines and casseroles.
Black Cumin Seeds - Fragrant and more subtle than regular cumin seeds.
Dried Limes / Loomi - One of the quintessential flavours of Iranian cooking.
Freekeh / Green Wheat - A beautifully aromatic, smoked green cracked wheat. Can be cooked like rice or simply added to soups or stews.
Harisa Paste Tube - Hot and complex, one of the most popular condiments in North African cuisine.
Iranian Sun-dried Apricots - Juicy and delicious. Eat as they are or chop and add to muesli. Can also be soaked and used in tagines.
Moghrabieh / Jumbo Couscous - Very large couscous from Iran, blanche and simmer or boil. Makes a lovely accompaniment.
Orange Water / Rose Water - The distilled blossom of sour oranges and roses respectively. Add a splash to your cocktails, smoothies, salad dressings, marinades or mug of hot chocolate.
Palestinian Maftoul Couscous - Organic hand rolled, sun-dried couscous.
Pomegranate Paste / Molasses - Sharp and sticky, used widely in Middle Eastern countries. Add to sauces, marinades, dressings and casseroles.
Ras-el Hanout - Amazingly complex mix of aromatic spices and herbs. Greatly enhances lamb dishes, also excellent with rice/couscous.
Verjuice - Unripe grape juice.
Vine Leaves In Brine - To make your own dolmades.
What's Happening Around Town?
The Farmers Market takes place on the first Friday of every month in the square.
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