BRIXTON SOS: SAVE OUR SHOPS

Date: February 12,  2015
Author: French and Grace
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Categories: Brixton

You may have noticed the blog has been a little neglected of late. This is mainly because I've had my head down, working hard and running a business. Much like the traders in the arches on Atlantic and Brixton Station Road who are currently threatened with eviction. This brutal and.

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“Goodbye 2013!” Gastronomic Pop-Up – Sunday 29th December

Date: December 19,  2013
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Brixton, Hearty fare, Rare ideas, Secret suppers, Uncategorized

We are very excited to be handing over our Brixton kitchen to talented friends of F&G, James Murray & Josh Pollen, for a gastronomic farewell to the year gone by. James Murray has been cooking for 10 years, working his way up through the kitchens of Le Manoir, followed by stints.

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Menus, menus, menus

Date: November 19,  2013
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Brixton, Camden Lock, French & Grace, Hearty fare, Street Food

Just a quick post to keep you updated on the changes to our menus - in our Brixton restaurant (if you're thinking of booking us out for a private party), at our Camden hatch and on our glorious, colourful street food stall. Wet your whistles with this lot! Brixton's Private Party.

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We Are Family

Date: November 07,  2013
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Jobs, Staff, Street Food, Uncategorized

Happy Autumn one and all! We just wanted to take a moment on this here blog, where the F&G journey began,  to reflect on all the amazing people who have joined our team over the years. We couldn't do what we do without them.  The growing team of F&G staff past.

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The Hatch is here!

Date: September 11,  2013
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Uncategorized

In the grand F&G tradition of turning tiny spaces into tasty places, we have ventured north of the river to open ourselves a takeaway hatch in Camden Lock Market! Thank you to everyone who contributed through our fundraising campaign. We are now open for business selling fantastic Read More

The Great Outdoors

Date: September 27,  2012
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Salad travels, Uncategorized

Wow. That was one heck of a summer we just had back there! Now the kids are back at school, the sun is sinking ever faster and the fresh nip in the air signals the approach of Autumn. But before our thoughts turn to warming stews, soups and socks, we'd.

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Hock, line and sinker

Date: March 07,  2012
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Bowl food, French & Grace, Markets, Press, The Book

As promised, we've dusted off our grease splattered notebooks, attempted to mend the wobbly 'shift' key on the work laptop and pulled our neglected blog boots back on in time for spring and all its promises. This week we're treating you to a brand new recipe straight from the hobs.

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There are no words

Date: February 08,  2012
Author: saladclub
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Categories: French & Grace, Markets

There are no words to describe just how challenging our new venture, French & Grace, has been for us. Which is why there have been no words on this blog of late. We haven't been able to come and write here, even if we'd wanted to (which, we must admit,.

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Our new home in pictures

Date: October 18,  2011
Author: saladclub
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Categories: Uncategorized

Today marks our first day off for weeks so this shan't be too lengthy a post. We just wanted to thank you all for your patience and support while we've been absorbed in the crazy business of setting up FRENCH & GRACE. Designing and building a beautiful, functional restaurant in.

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Hungry? Here’s why.

Date: September 02,  2011
Author: saladclub
Comments: 10 Comments
Categories: A bit on the side, Hearty fare, Markets, Salad travels, Secret suppers, The Book

You poor, hungry people. We know - we left you, totally abandoned, discarded like the dirty wrapper on a late night kebab. We're sorry. We're hungry too. These last 2 months, since our sojourn in Italy (seems like years ago - where on earth did the summer go?) have been.

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