My new re-branding is happening slowly with Veld + Sea branching out from Good Hope Gardens Nursery and organically taking on its own roots in a new and delicious field.
Bringing you wild food catering and pop-up events inspired by veld and sea and of course, our seasonal and sustainable foraging courses. There are even sweet whispers of a new product range at summer markets and a recipe book in the creation stages.
Here are a few beautiful images taken by the very talented Gabrielle Holmes at the last pop-up food event held at the foraging classroom at the nursery – a Spier Secret dinner.
“Building up to the Spier Secret festival, we will be hosting a series of intimate secret dinners with selected industry leaders in various locations across Cape Town. Focusing on community and sustainable and ethical food production, hosts will be creating unforgettable experiences in which they will share their knowledge, skills and ultimately, their table with you.”
For more photos from the event please have a look at our album or visit the #spiercecret dinner page
To join our mailing and be informed of any upcoming forages, feasts and events, send us a mail to email@example.com with “Please Add To Mailing List” as the subject line.
Hope to feed you soon!
Hosted on 20 September 2015
Roushanna lives and works at the Good Hope Gardens Nursery in Cape Point. She teaches adults and children about indigenous edible foods and caters for pop-up events. Having been brought up with an eclectic mix of Cape Malay cooking, Jewish and Christian traditional feasts, and Steiner school harvest festivals, she has an ever-growing passion and love for food. Inspired by the local edible indigenous plant availability, she has been experimenting with the exciting flavours and diversity of Fynbos for the past eight years. The wide range of delicious and nutritious culinary offerings from the beautiful inter-tidal rock pools along our coastline also play a major role in her cooking and courses.
Learn more about Roushanna’s foraging adventures on the sites below:
Costs R400 per person. Only 12 ‘seats’ are available so book in advance to avoid disappointment.
We will confirm actual venue addresses via email closer to the date.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE.