Zero Waste – Incredible Taste – Monday 3rd September

Where will you be having dinner this evening? Why not join us at 100 Trades?

In conjunction with TRJFP Brum and Slow Food Birmingham, 1000 Trades are hosting a series of one day pop-ups in Zero Waste Week 3 – 8 September, and we’re catering on Monday 3rd! We’ll all be using ingredients from sources that actively reduce food waste to create delicious, varied dishes that aim to inspire.

Love food not wasteThere will be Craddocks Wasted Pale Ale on tap; a beer that has been made using surplus bread, with some of the profit going direct to The Real Junk Food Project Birmingham.

If you’re a gin fan there will also be a Rhubarb infused gin made with surplus from a community garden… the rhubarb not the gin! 

On Monday it’s us in the kitchen.

Tuesday is a Surplus Pan Asian Vegan feast from Change Kitchen that doesn’t cost us the earth.

On Wednesday Kitchen Supper Club will delight us with three courses of foraged fare from Birmingham – urban dining at its best!

Thursday‘s menu focuses on bread – our most often wasted food, Slow Food Member Suzie from Artisan Epicurean has also included some Ark of Taste products within her four course menu.

Friday and Saturday‘s menu from Ox and Origin feature food that is seldom seen…

As part of our efforts to encourage you to rethink food waste we will also have a few recipes from the week along with some ways you can make a change that makes a difference on our website.

And if all of that is not enough reason to rally your friends and celebrate Zero Waste, our friends over at The Clean Kilo are giving away a discount voucher to shop with them each night to one lucky diner, chosen at random. And you can eat with us knowing that part of your ticket price is also supporting Slow Food Birmingham’s mushroom project & fundamental cooking classes.

So, click here to find out more:


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